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. A&L Mayer Associates, Inc., et al. May 30, 1996 Civil Non-Merger Pennsylvania, Eastern District Farm-Product Raw Materials, NEC
U.S. v. Brown University in Providence, et al. May 22, 1991 Civil Non-Merger Pennsylvania, Eastern District Colleges and Universities, NEC, Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools
U.S. v. Ixtlera de Santa Catarina S.A. de C.V. and MFC [Civil Action] September 26, 1996 Civil Non-Merger Pennsylvania, Eastern District Farm-Product Raw Materials, NEC, Other Farm Product Raw Material Wholesalers
U.S. v. Philadelphia Produce Credit and Collection Bureau, Inc. June 27, 1983 Civil Non-Merger Pennsylvania, Eastern District Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Wholesalers
U.S. v. FMC Corp. April 23, 1980 Civil Non-Merger Pennsylvania, Eastern District Agricultural Chemicals, NEC
U.S. v. Berger Industries, Inc. et al. December 14, 1979 Civil Non-Merger Pennsylvania, Eastern District Steel Pipe and Tubes
U.S. v. Rockwell International Co., The Singer Co. and Textron Inc. November 1, 1978 Civil Non-Merger Pennsylvania, Eastern District Totalizing Fluid Meter and Counting Device Manufacturing
U.S. v. Rheem Manufacturing Co., et al January 17, 1979 Civil Non-Merger Pennsylvania, Eastern District Other Small Household Electric Appliances
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. Garage Door Manufacturers Association Inc., et al. January 27, 1972 Civil Non-Merger Pennsylvania, Eastern District Millwork, Wood Window and Door Manufacturing

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