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. Aluminum Company of America May 26, 1971 Civil Merger Pennsylvania, Western District Primary Aluminum
U.S. v. Armco Steel Corporation July 31, 1970 Civil Non-Merger Ohio, Southern District Blast Furnaces and Steel Mills, Rolled Steel Shape Manufacturing
U.S. v. Continental Can Company Inc. June 27, 1974 Civil Non-Merger New York, Southern District Metal Cans, Miscellaneous Plastics Products, None
U.S. v. Crane Company [1973] January 23, 1973 Civil Non-Merger New York, Southern District Nonclassifiable Establishments, Plumbing & Hydronic Heating Supplies
U.S. v. Evans Products Company March 6, 1970 Civil Non-Merger Illinois, Northern District Railroad Equipment
U.S. v. Grow Chemical Corp. June 27, 1974 Civil Non-Merger New York, Southern District Adhesives and Sealants, Industrial Organic Chemicals, NEC, Miscellaneous Plastics Products, Paint and Coating Manufacturing, Paints and Allied Products
U.S. v. H. K. Porter Co. Inc. April 12, 1972 Civil Non-Merger Pennsylvania, Western District Machine Tools, Metal-Cutting Types, Nonclassifiable Establishments, Nonclay Refractory Manufacturing
U.S. v. Inland Steel Company June 1, 1970 Civil Non-Merger Illinois, Northern District Blast Furnaces and Steel Mills, Iron and Steel Mills
U.S. v. Kennecott Copper Corporation January 11, 1971 Civil Non-Merger New York, Southern District Secondary Nonferrous Metals

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