Law360, New York (October 3, 2013, 6:00 PM EDT) -- A group of rail shippers on Wednesday accused several freight companies of improperly trying to force a wholesale re-evaluation of class certification in a price-fixing case, saying the D.C. Circuit's recent ruling only required renewed scrutiny of one issue with their damages model.
Since the D.C. Circuit overturned class certification in the antitrust case, the rail freight companies and their customers have been fighting over how broad a look the district court should take at the issue the second time around.
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