Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Price Fixing Litigation in E-Books

Lead counsel was appointed in a collection of antitrust lawsuits against most of the major publishers in New York, and Apple, for what plaintiffs call a “conspiracy” between the publishers with Apple to set prices on e-books. The publishers and Apple deny the allegations.
In early December, federal judicial panel ordered that all suits regarding antitrust issues over electronic book pricing be transferred to New York, including 11 cases originally filed in California, some of which have yet to be transferred. Cases with at least 13 individual plaintiffs are now in New York.


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