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. Premdor Inc., et al. August 3, 2001 Civil Merger District of Columbia, District of Millwork, Wood Window and Door Manufacturing
U.S. v. Parker-Hannifin Corp. and Purolater, Inc. April 27, 1971 Civil Merger California, Central District Aircraft Equipment, NEC, Other Aircraft Parts and Auxiliary Equipment Manufacturing
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. Pabst Brewing Company, et al. October 1, 1959 Civil Merger Wisconsin, Eastern District Breweries
U.S. v. P.R. Mallory & Co. Inc. and Weldaloy Products Company May 18, 1970 Civil Merger Michigan, Eastern District Electrical Apparatus and Equipment
U.S. v. Northrop Grumman Corp. and TRW Inc. December 11, 2002 Civil Merger District of Columbia, District of Search, Detection, Navigation, Guidance, Aeronautical, and Nautical System and Instrument Manufacturing
U.S. v. Marathon Enterprises, Inc. and Sabrett Food Products Corp. December 14, 1972 Civil Merger New Jersey, District of Meat and Meat Product Merchant Wholesalers
U.S. v. M.P.M. Inc. and Pre-Mix Concrete Inc. April 11, 1972 Civil Non-Merger Colorado, District of Ready-Mix Concrete Manufacturing
U.S. v. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation December 31, 1970 Civil Merger Connecticut, District of All Other Miscellaneous Textile Product Mills, General Industrial Machinery, NEC, Measuring and Controlling Devices, NEC, Radio and TV Communication Equipment
U.S. v. Hercules Inc., et al. May 31, 1973 Civil Non-Merger Delaware, District of Plastics Material and Resin Manufacturing

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