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Foreign currency buyers alleging they were charged falsely inflated prices as a result of a massive, ongoing price-fixing conspiracy by the world’s largest banks saw their latest complaint tossed out Friday by a New York federal judge, who said they failed to show how they suffered any antitrust injury.
Cisco Systems Inc. asked a California federal judge Thursday to toss rival Arista Networks Inc.’s antitrust suit alleging it interfered with sales of Ethernet switches, arguing Arista lacks standing to bring the suit because the U.S. International Trade Commission had found that the switches infringe Cisco's patents.
The NCAA asked the Ninth Circuit to deny a $42 million attorneys' fee request in the long-running litigation over rules barring student-athletes from being paid for the use of their names, images and likenesses, arguing Thursday that the win was only partial and doesn’t warrant such a large award.
Evergreen Partnering Group has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review its lawsuit against Solo Cup, Dart Container and others alleging a conspiracy to muscle Evergreen out of the market, saying there is a circuit split on the evidence needed to beat a summary judgment motion.
Insurance subscribers in multidistrict litigation accusing Blue Cross Blue Shield of a massive price-fixing conspiracy asked an Alabama federal judge to reconsider some of his summary judgment ruling, arguing Thursday that the company’s out-of-state plans don't qualify for antitrust immunity.