State alleged resale price maintenance by manufacturer of “Beanie Babies” toys. Company paid fine, reinstated dealer.
State alleged Hitachi and its distributors had coerced certain dealers into raising their prices by means of a concerted refusal to deal.
Resalw Price Maintenance; joint advertising and sale at set prices during a three day sales event.
Resale Price Maintenance: joint advertising and sale at set prices during a three day sales event.
Resale Price Maintenance of vacuum cleaners
The Plaintiff States sought damages on behalf of their resident consumers, alleging that the Minolta Corporation (Minolta) conspired with several retailers to fix the prices for which its products were sold at retail.
Plaintiff States sought damages and injunctive relief, alleging that Keds Corporation (Keds) conspired with its dealers to set minimum retail prices for which the dealers could sell their products.
States sought an injunction and monetary damages from Zeneca, Inc. (Zeneca), alleging that the company conspired with distributors of its crop protection chemicals to maintain the resale price of the chemicals.
Plaintiff States complaint against Playmobil USA, Inc. (Playmobil) sought compensatory damages and injunctive relief, alleging that Playmobil conspired with certain dealers to set the minimum retail price for which retailers were permitted to sell Playmobil?s toys.
In re Compact Disc Minimum Advertised Price Antitrust Litigation MDL No. 1361 (D. Me. 2002) MDL-1391; No. 00-CIV-5853 (BSJ) (S.D.N.Y Aug. 8, 2000) (complaint)
Plaintiff States sought damages and injunctive relief, alleging that Defendant CD distributors unlawfully conspired to implement stringent minimum advertised price (MAP) policies in violation of antitrust laws.