Antitrust Case Filings

Antitrust Case Filings

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Title Case Open Date Incident Date Case Type Federal Court Industry Code
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Ohio v. U.S. October 12, 1994 Civil Non-Merger Ohio, Northern District General Medical & Surgical Hospitals, Hospital & Medical Service Plans
Dentsply International, Inc. v. Antitrust Division, U.S. Department of Justice January 5, 1999 Civil Non-Merger Delaware, District of Dental Equipment and Supplies
Florida Municipal Power Agency v. Florida Power and Light Co. December 27, 1994 Civil Non-Merger Florida, Middle District Electric Services
The Authors Guild, Inc., et al. v. Google, Inc. May 14, 2009 Civil Non-Merger New York, Southern District Book Stores, Libraries and Archives, Other Information Services, Other Services Related to Advertising
U.S. and State of Texas v. United Regional Health Care System February 25, 2011 Civil Non-Merger Texas, Northern District Direct Health and Medical Insurance Carriers, General Medical and Surgical Hospitals
U.S. v. American Airlines [1999] May 13, 1999 Civil Non-Merger Kansas, District of Air Transportation, Scheduled
U.S. v. American Bar Association, Massachusetts School of Law July 19, 1996 Civil Non-Merger District of Columbia, District of Legal Services
U.S. v. Anthracite Export Association, et al. November 10, 1965 Civil Non-Merger Pennsylvania, Middle District All Other Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing
U.S. v. Armco Steel Corporation, et al. October 15, 1973 Civil Non-Merger Texas, Southern District Rolled Steel Shape Manufacturing, Steel Pipe and Tubes
U.S. v. Atlanta News Agency, Inc., and Family Reading Service Inc. March 8, 1976 March 8, 1976 Civil Non-Merger Georgia, Northern District Book, Periodical, and Newspaper Wholesalers

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