Snubbed CRT Buyers Say Leaner Price-Fix Deal Still No Good

Law360 (June 1, 2020, 6:41 PM EDT) -- Cathode ray tube buyers excluded from a recently retooled package of price-fixing settlements with electronics makers have called on a California federal judge to roll back his initial approval of the deals, arguing they're being shortchanged.

In their latest bid to kill the agreements — which are now worth about $513 million, plus another $13 million in interest — the challengers fired off an objection Friday, angling to pull the plug on the settlement process ahead of a final approval hearing slated for July 8.

At the center of the controversy are six pacts that the settling buyers have brokered with...

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