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. Martin Marietta Corp. February 28, 1972 Civil Non-Merger Maryland, District of Chemicals and Allied Products, NEC, Crushed and Broken Limestone, Crushed and Broken Limestone Mining and Quarrying, Crushed and Broken Stone, NEC, Industrial Inorganic Chemicals, NEC
U.S. v. The Overhead Door Distributors Association of Greater Delaware Valley January 27, 1972 Civil Non-Merger Pennsylvania, Eastern District Lumber, Plywood and Millwork
U.S. v. Professional Petroleum Merchants Association May 30, 1972 Civil Non-Merger Michigan, Western District Gasoline Service Stations, Petroleum Refining
U.S. v. Manufacturers Aircraft Association Inc., et al. March 29, 1972 Civil Non-Merger New York, Southern District Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences
U.S. v. Garage Door Manufacturers Association Inc., et al. January 27, 1972 Civil Non-Merger Pennsylvania, Eastern District Millwork, Wood Window and Door Manufacturing
U.S. v. W. R. Grace & Co. January 28, 1972 Civil Non-Merger New York, Southern District Chemicals and Allied Products, NEC, Industrial Inorganic Chemicals, NEC
U.S. v. The C. Reiss Coal Company, et al. April 11, 1972 Civil Non-Merger Wisconsin, Eastern District None
U.S. v. Parker-Hannifin Corp. May 15, 1972 Civil Merger Ohio, Northern District Hardware, NEC, Motor Vehicle Supplies and New Parts Merchant Wholesalers
U.S. v. Capital Glass & Trim Co. Inc, et al. May 25, 1972 Civil Non-Merger Alabama, Middle District Automotive Glass Replacement Shops
U.S. v. Kewanee Oil Co. January 26, 1972 Civil Non-Merger New York, Southern District Polishing Preparations and Related Products

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