New York v. Long Island Taxi and Transportation Owners Ass’n, No. 88-1089 (E.D.N.Y. 1989)

State sued business and individual defendants, alleging fixing of prices on spaces for taxicabs at rail stations on Long Island; fixing rates on taxi services; rigging bids on contracts for taxi services and allocating territories among themselves. Settlement included injunctive relief and $10,000 civil penalty for each business defendant.

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