The US District Court For The Northern District Of Iowa Western Division approves three settlements in a class action for price-fixing conspiracies in the concrete industry defining the case “a model for the nation” (Iowa Ready)

What Do Model Antitrust Class Actions Look Like?* “[O]vercome with a rare and gargantuan sense of awe,” a federal district court judge in Sioux City, Iowa, has called a consolidated class action case arising from price fixing conspiracies in the concrete industry “a model for the nation.” The case was brought on behalf of purchasers of ready-mix concrete against ready-mix concrete producers and sellers and certain of their officers, directors, owners, and employees who have pleaded guilty to conspiring to fix prices for ready-mix concrete in the “Iowa region.”

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Jeffrey May, The US District Court For The Northern District Of Iowa Western Division approves three settlements in a class action for price-fixing conspiracies in the concrete industry defining the case “a model for the nation” (Iowa Ready), 9 November 2011, e-Competitions Bulletin US Private Enforcement, Art. N° 40422

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