Hawaii v. Hawaii Society of Anesthesiologists, 1981-2 Trade Cas. (CCH) 64,164 (Haw. Cir. Ct. 1981). h
Plaintiff State sought an injunction, alleging that Defendant, Hawaii Society of Anesthesiologists conspired to set the prices for the services of member anesthesiologists.
New York v. Dairylea Cooperative, Inc., 547 F.Supp 306 (S.D.N.Y. May 25, 1982), 1982-83 Trade Cases P 65, 148, Docket No. 81 Civ. 1891,
Defendants overcharged for milk after entering into illegal price-fixing agreements between 1967 and 1981. The case settled for $6,100,000.
State of Ohio sought to recover damages from dairy suppliers who fixed prices of milk sold to 450 school districts in Ohio.
State of Ohio filed suit against Sorbates manufacturers. Complaint alleged that the manufacturers met to set prices and allocate markets. Case settled.
Ohio Attorney General sought damages against two manufacturers of gabions (wire mesh baskets designed to be filled with stones and wired together?used for flood control) for market allocation and price fixing. Investigation was precipitated by a plea in a similar federal case.
State of Ohio sought to recover damages from chemical companies for price fixing and customer allocation on packaged chlorine.
State of Ohio filed suit on behalf of 25 Toledo area school districts claiming that BFI and its competitors allocated the waste removal market in the Toldeo/Lucas county area. Case was settled
State of Ohio filed suit on behalf of five school districts in the Dayton area. Complaint accused the defendants of meeting monthly to fix prices of electrical wire and conduit. Case was settled by consent decree.
After an investigation into Visual Technology, Inc.’s bidding practices in connection with a University of Utah invitation to bid on audio visual equipment the parties reached a settlement.
The State of Utah brought this action against Western Dairyment cooperative, Meadow Gold Dairies and others alleging price-fixing and market allocation agreements with regard to milk and milk products sold in Utah.