Comcast Subscribers Push For New Class In Antitrust Case

Law360, New York (August 20, 2013, 4:43 PM EDT) -- Cable subscribers accusing Comcast Corp. of monopolizing the Philadelphia market renewed their bid for class certification on Monday, asking the judge overseeing the long-running antitrust case to sign off on a narrower class definition after the U.S. Supreme Court nixed a broader group.

The original class certified in the case covered more than 2 million cable subscribers in 16 counties in three states, but the justices struck down that definition because they found damages couldn’t be proved on a classwide basis. Now the plaintiffs want the...
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