Alger agreed to purchase contracts of Tri-Gas customers north of Centreville, MD. Tri-Gas agreed to purchase contracts of Alger customers south of Centreville, MD.
Anheuser-Bush, Miller Brewing and other defendants entered into vertical geographic market allocation agreements with their distributors in the state of New York
In the Matter of Baycare Health Partners, Inc., No. 94-5653 (Superior Court of Mass., Suffolk Cty., Oct. 4, 1994)
State was concerned about contractual provisions in proposed Phyisician Hospital Organization (PHO) which would require participating physicians to bring new contract opportunities with health plans to the PHO first.
Incumbent broker of non-emergency transportation services under state-wide contract entered into exclusive dealing agreements with providers in network allegedly preventing market entry by other brokers to compete for state contract; later prospective entrant and incumbent broker entered into acquisition agreement and submitted joint bid for state contract.
Hospital system agreed to provide patients with listing of all available home health care providers upon discharge of patients, rather than only their own home health care agency
SNET, publisher of Yellow Pages, allegedly refused to provide discounts and other accommodations to customers using a Yellow Pages consultant, rather than dealing with SNET directly.
After join investigation,United States and Connecticut alleged that sole hosptial in Danbury Connecticut conspired with physicians to preclude entry of managed care plans into the market. Consent decree was entered.
State entered into settlement to resolve concerns about hospital acquiring physician practice groups.
In re Central Massachusetts Health Care, Inc., 1993-1 Trade Cas. (CCH) 70,186 (Mass. Super. Ct. 1993)
Settlement requiring provider network to include optometrists.
Plaintiff States sought damages and injunctive relief, alleging that Defendant reinsurers, brokers and trade organizations conspired to reduce the availability to public entities of commercial general liability insurance during the mid-1980s.