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BrokersNYC Digs In Heels To Keep Suit's Last Claim

Law360 (September 5, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- A month after a judge axed all but one of its antitrust claims against the Real Estate Board of New York and member brokerages, database system BrokersNYC has resisted efforts by the Board to convince the court to toss the suit's remaining Sherman Act claim.

The suit accused the Board and dozens of its members of tying membership to the use of a certain listing system, defendant RealPlus' ROLEX, which offered services similar to the plaintiff's. In making the use of ROLEX a prerequisite for membership,...
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