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Tag Archives: Antitrust

4th Cir.: Filed nearly a decade late, collusion claim dismissed (access required)

When the Department of Justice published in the Federal Register a group effort by table saw manufacturers to develop a new safety component, a company already marketing such a component was on sufficient notice that the manufacturers were working together ...

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Manufacturer Knew About Boycott in Antitrust Claim (access required)

A company that developed and licensed its Active Injury Mitigation Technolo­gy (AIMT) for table saws cannot assert fraudulent concealment to avoid the four-year statute of limitations on its antitrust claims against defendant manufacturers, who allegedly colluded in deciding not to ...

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