Eberspacher To Pay $1.9M Over Auto Parts Price-Fixing
Law360 (June 13, 2019, 4:28 PM EDT) -- German car-parts maker Eberspacher agreed to pay almost $1.9 million to settle a class action in Michigan federal court over allegations that it has conspired to fix prices for a range of car parts sold to two U.S. automotive supply dealers.
As a result of the deal, which is part of an ongoing multidistrict litigation over car parts price-fixing, Eberspacher also will provide Manny's Auto Supply Inc. and Irving Levine Automotive Distributors Inc. “substantial cooperation” in their cases against other car-parts makers that have allegedly conspired to fix prices and rig bids, according to court documents filed by the plaintiff auto...
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