Hospital advertised in another hospital’s market, but stopped after complants by first hospital. Consent Decree and Settlement Agreement reached with hospitals.
People of the State of California v. Econolite Control Products, Inc. (Ca. Super Ct. Los Angeles 2004)
Plaintiff state alleged tying of non-proprietary traffic signal equipment to proprietary signal controllers. After trial, final judgment for the state was entered in 2007.
California Attorney General and Sacramento District Attorney challenged an alleged 1998 agreement among the four major Toyota dealers in Sacramento to cease advertising prices of new cars. Settlements including approx. $200,000 in civil penalties were concluded individually during 2003, with the fourth and final settlement filed November 12, 2003.
Challenge to tie-in sales of certain traffic signal equipment in bids to California public entities.
Street sweeping brush manufacturers allegedly set up a territorial allocation scheme and engaged in bid-rigging and solicitation to engage in bid-rigging.
State sought damages and injunctive relief, alleging that Defendant health care providers conspired to fix the price for the delivery or sale of emergency medical services or other health care services. Further, the Plaintiff State alleged that Defendants allocated the markets for the sale of ambulatory surgery facility services, radiation facility services or other health care services.
State sought damages, civil penalties and forfeiture of the corporate charter, alleging that Defendant, Sam Lutter Oil, Co., conspired with others to fix the retail prices of gasoline.
New York sued several roofing contractors on behalf of the state and its political subdivisions, including the Connetquot Central School District on Long Island, for injunctive relief, civil penalties and treble damages, alleging bid-rigging and market allocation.
Charges seventeen-year international conspiracy to fix the price of sorbates, a preservative used in many foods and beverages.
Washington v. Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Walla Walla, et. al, CY 90-3032AAM, USDC Eastern District of Washington
The State alleged that defendants engaged in a conspiracy to fix prices, rotate bids, allocate locations of vending machines and eliminate discounts.