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... Attorney General Conway Announces $69 Million Agreement over Alleged E-Book Price Fixing E-Book Publishers Settle Price-Fixing Claims AG Gansler Secures $69 Million Agreement with Major U.S. Publishers Over E-Book Price-Fixing Allegations Three Major U.S. Publishers to Pay $69 Million Over Allegations of Price Fixing E-Books Attorney General Koster Enters Into $76.5 Million Settlement with Three Major U.S. Publishers Over E-Book Price-Fixing Allegations Schuette Announces Michigan Consumers To Receive $1.8 Million From Settlement In E-Books Price-Fixing Lawsuit Attorney General Announces Settlement with Three Major U.S. Publishers over E-Book Price-Fixing Allegations Attorney General Jepsen Secures $69 Million Agreement with Three Major U.S. Publishers over eBook Price-fixing Allegations Major Publishers to Pay $69 Million For Fixing Prices for E-Books, AG Says Attorney General DeWine Joins in Securing $69 Million Agreement with Three Major U.S. Publishers over E-Book Price-Fixing Allegations AG Kilmartin Secures Agreement with Three Major U.S. Publishers over E-Book Price-Fixing Allegations Attorney General Jackley Announces $69 Million Agreement with Three Major U.S. Publishers over EBook Price-Fixing Allegations Attorneys General Secure $69 Million Agreement with Three Major U.S. Publishers over E-Book Price Fixing Allegations Texas Attorney General Secures $69 Million Agreement with Three Major U.S. Publishers over E-Book Price-Fixing Allegations Utah Joins In $25 Billion Lawsuit Against Five Mortgage Providers Vermont Attorney General’s E-Books Settlement Will Deliver As Much As $178,000 To Vermont Consumers States Throw The Book at Publishers Over E-Book Price-Fixing Attorney General Cuccinelli Secures $2.3 Million in Restitution for Virginia Consumers Over Ebook Price-Fixing Attorney General Darrell McGraw Secures $69 Million Agreement with Three Major U.S. Publishers over E-Book Price-Fixing Allegations Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen Secures $69 Million Agreement with Three Major U.S. Publishers Over E-book Price-Fixing Allegations Attorney General Reaches Agreement with E*Trade and TradeKing in Investigation of Retail Securities Brokerage Industry State Files Consent Decree to Provide Pricing Protection for Alaskans Attorney General Kelly, FTC Move to Protect Healthcare Consumers in the Reading Area. Attorney General Kamala D. Harris Files Lawsuit against eBay for Anticompetitive Hiring Agreement Attorney General Kamala D. Harris Files Unfair Competition Lawsuits over Use of Pirated Software in Apparel Industry AG Coakley Announces Investment Broker to Pay $250,000 to Settle Bid-Rigging Allegations Pennsylvania AG Files Charges Against Eight Men in Turnpike 'Pay to Play' Scheme A.G. Schneiderman and U.S. Dept. of Justice Take Legal Action to Break Up Monopoly of Tour Bus Operators Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen Lauds Federal Appellate Decision Upholding the Ability of Injured Wisconsin Businesses and Consumers to Recover Under the State's Antitrust Laws Attorney General Bondi Sues Hitachi-LG Data Storage, Inc. and Hitachi-LG Data Storage Korea, Inc. Over Price-Fixing Allegations ...
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Vermont Attorney General’s E-Books Settlement Will Deliver As Much As $178,000 To Vermont Consumers

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The link address is: http://docs.naag.org/upload/files/antitrust/antitrust.08-29-12%20VT%20ebooks%20settlement.pdf

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