Bid-rigging on school milk contracts. Also see Tennessee v. Broadacre Dairy.
Tennessee ex rel. Charles W. Burson, Attorney General v. Turner Dairies, Inc. of Memphis; Turner Dairies, Inc. of Huntingdon; Turner Dairies, Inc.; and Forest Hill Dairy, Inc.
These companies were in the business of selling and distributing milk and other dairy products in Tennessee to certain governmental units including school boards and districts and others in Tennessee. Invitations to bid on milk and other dairy products were sent to various firms including defendant and others. At times, defendants and others had discussions,…
New York v. Asian American Tourist Inc., Chi-Am Tours, Inc., Five-Star Tours International Inc., Jonathan Travel & Tours Inc., New Golden Horse Tours, Inc., Safeway Tours International (U.S.A.) Inc. Kwok Ho Chu, Jona
State of New York sought damages and injunctive relief, alleging that defendants conspired to raise prices of the Chinese-language bus tours.
The State alleged three corporations, Southern Minnesota Health Alliance, Southern Minnesota Physicians, P.A., and Hospitals of Southern Minnesota, Inc. were illegally formed by most of the doctors and all of the hospitals in the Mankato area, including St. Peter and St. James, to maintain their control of the health care market.
The Assurance of Discontinuance ended an antitrust investigation into alleged price-fixing by Golden Sky, Inc., a company which marketed and sold satellite receiver equipment and the direct broadcast satellite service known as Direct TV.
The State of Minnesota sought damages, statutory penalties and injunctive relief for Defendants’ alleged violation of the Minnesota Antitrust Act of 1971, Minn. Stat. §§ 325D.49-325D.66 (2004). The State alleged that the Defendants conspired to restrain trade by fixing the prices of fluid milk products at artificially high levels from 1985 through at least July of 1996.