New York v. Julius Nasso Concrete Corp. et al., 1999-2 Trade Cas. ¶72,767; 202 F.3d 82; Nos. 98-9218, 98-9226, 98-9262 (2d Cir. 2000)
New York was successful in its appeal to have trial court decision reversed in concrete construction bid-rigging case
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.