Utah v. Oldcastle, Inc. (Civ. No. 2:02CV0516J (D.Utah 2002)

State of Utah sought to enjoin Oldcastle from purchsing major competitor, U.S. Aggregates, alleging the merger would tend to create a monopoly and potentially result in higher asphalt prices along the Wasatch Front in Utah

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Utah v. Nuttall Bernina (Civ. No. 000903757 (3rd Dist. Utah, 2000)

State of Utah investigated Nuttall Bernina and Dave’s Bernina, alleging market allocation, price fixing and bid-rigging in sales of Bernina sewing machines to school districts in Salt Lake and Utah counties.

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Utah v. Alvey et al., (Civ. No. 94334) (2nd Dist. Utah 1985)

State of Utah investigated defendants Northern Utah Body Shop Association, William Alvey, Clair Baur and other auto body repair shops in the Ogden Utah area, alleging they conspired and encouraged others to conspire to fix labor prices and otherwise restrict and artificially raise and maintain prices for auto body work.

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Utah v. Gemstone Properties, Inc., (Case No. 2004-001-0364 (Settlement Agreement)

State investigated developer of subdivision which attempted to retain the exclusive right to control the designation of any licensed real estate broker for re-sale for homes within the subdivision.

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Utah v. Nucor Corp. et al. Civ. No. 2:01 CV 0106G (D.Utah 2001)

State of Utah sought to enjoin the acquisition by GS Insudstries, GST Steel or Moly-Cop Chile (together, GSI) of Nucor’s North American Grinding ball manufacturing assets in order to prevent the elimination of GSI’s only competitor in North America. In 2002, Kennecott Utah Copper, a user of large grinding balls joined the State in this action.

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Utah v. Curb-King, INc. (Civ. No. 040100254 MI)(1st Dist. Utah 2004)

State alleged Curb-King and Duane Patterson solicited co-conspirators to fix the price of contrete curbing services in the Utah market

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Utah v. Black Sheep Wool Company(settlement agreement)

State investigated allegations that Cascade Yarns, Inc. was restricting trade by refusing to sell to a retailer accused by competing retailers of undercutting market prices.

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Utah v. Cascade Yarns, Inc. (Civ. No. 050905940 (3d Dist. Utah 2005)

State investigated Cascade Yarns, Inc. in relation to allegations that Cascade was restricting trade by refusing to sell to a retailer accused by competing retailers of undercutting market prices.

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Utah v. Hitachi Sales Corp. of America, No. 880026602 (1st Dist. Cr. Cache Cty Utah 1988)

State alleged Hitachi and its distributors had coerced certain dealers into raising their prices by means of a concerted refusal to deal.

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Utah v. Evans Broadcasting, 963 P.2d 177 (Utah 1998); 1998-1 Trade Cas. (CCH) 72, 192, No. 980800622 (8th Jud. Dist. Ct., Uintah Cty. 1998)

State alleged that radio stations owned by family members were conspiring to monopolize radio advertising in the Uintah Basin of Utah.

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