Antitrust Case Filings

Antitrust Case Filings

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Title Case Open Date Incident Date Case Type Federal Court Industry Code
U.S. v. Gypsum Drywall Contractors of Hawaii June 16, 1987 Civil Non-Merger Hawaii, District of Business Associations
U.S. v. John Barth, Inc., et al. July 23, 1984 Civil Non-Merger Washington, Eastern District Other Miscellaneous Nondurable Goods Merchant Wholesalers
U.S. v. State Board of Certified Public Accountants of Louisiana April 15, 1983 Civil Non-Merger Louisiana, Eastern District Accounting, Auditing, and Bookkeeping
U.S. v. Alaska Board of Registration for Architects, Engineers and Land Surveyors October 12, 1982 Civil Non-Merger Alaska, District of Engineering Services, Architectural Services
U.S. v. Alaska Board of Registration for Architects, Engineers and Land Surveyors October 12, 1982 Civil Non-Merger Alaska, District of Engineering & Architectural Services
U.S. v. Society Of Authors' Representatives July 8, 1982 Civil Non-Merger New York, Southern District Professional Organizations
U.S. v. Charmer Industries Inc., et al. January 6, 1981 Civil Non-Merger New York, Eastern District Wines and Distilled Beverages
U.S. v. Allied Finance Adjusters Conference, Inc; January 5, 1981 Civil Non-Merger Illinois, Northern District Business Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
U.S. V. Composition Roofers & Waterproofers Employers Association Of New York City And Vicinity, et al. August 8, 1975 Civil Non-Merger New York, Eastern District Roofing & Sheet Metal Work, Roofing, Siding, and Sheet Metal Contractors
U.S. v. Greater Buffalo Roofing & Sheet Metal Contractors Association, Inc August 8, 1975 Civil Non-Merger New York, Western District Roofing & Sheet Metal Work, Roofing, Siding, and Sheet Metal Contractors

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