FAQs

Who may bring an antitrust lawsuit?

An antitrust lawsuit can be brought any consumer or entity that has been harmed as a result of a violation of antitrust laws. If the court determines that the claims of the individual consumers or entities is so great that it makes sense to bring the case as a class, the court will identify an individual, or small group of individuals, to represent the class in the litigation. Click here to learn more.

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