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. United Aircraft Corporation May 24, 1971 Civil Non-Merger Connecticut, District of Aircraft Equipment, NEC
U.S. v. United Aircraft Corp. September 22, 1997 Civil Non-Merger Connecticut, District of Electric Services, Electrical Industrial Apparatus, NEC
U.S. v. Leviton Manufacturing Co. Inc., Eagle Electric Manufacturing Co. Inc., Slate Electric, Inc., Circle F. Industries, Inc., Bell Electric Company, Inc., John I. Paulding, Inc., Triboro Electric Corp., George P. Byrne, Inc., and George P. Bryne, Jr. October 27, 1977 Civil Non-Merger Connecticut, District of Current Carrying Wiring Devices, Noncurrent Carrying Wiring Devices
U.S. v. Healthcare Partners, Inc., et al. September 13, 1995 Civil Non-Merger Connecticut, District of General Medical & Surgical Hospitals, Offices & Clinics of Medical Doctors, Offices of Physicians (except Mental Health Specialists), Outpatient Care Facilities
U.S. v. Greater Bridgeport Individual Practice Association, Inc. September 30, 1992 Civil Non-Merger Connecticut, District of Offices & Clinics of Medical Doctors, Offices of Physicians (except Mental Health Specialists)
U.S. v. Foster Bam, et al. October 31, 1975 Civil Non-Merger Connecticut, District of Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas, Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas Extraction
U.S. v. Cuisinarts, Inc. September 17, 1980 Civil Non-Merger Connecticut, District of Electric Housewares and Fans, Heating Equipment (except Warm Air Furnaces) Manufacturing, Other Small Household Electric Appliances
U.S. v. Combustion Engineering, Inc. and Guardian Industries Corp. May 10, 1978 Civil Non-Merger Connecticut, District of Construction Materials, NEC

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