Dallas Safari Club Hit With Antitrust Suit By Hunting Co.

Law360, Dallas (June 12, 2013, 7:46 PM EDT) -- Dallas Safari Club Inc., the global hunting and conservation group, was hit with an antitrust and discrimination suit Tuesday in Texas federal court, alleging the group conspired with several of its international members to run an African safari company out of business.

Impala African Safaris LLC says in the suit it has lost out on $170,000 a month of income since July 2012, when the DSC allegedly excluded the company from its major convention and trade show, attended by more than 30,000 people. Impala and its...
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