When a satellite television operator launched an antitrust lawsuit against participants in the Arizona cable industry, we successfully defended a national cable programmer named in the action.
We defended the manufacturer of several brand-name prescription drugs in a statewide consumer class action alleging an antitrust conspiracy among national drug manufacturers to prevent the discounting of drug prices or offers of rebates to retail pharmacies.
We represented a consumer products company in an arbitration seeking to enforce a noncompetition covenant entered into as part of our client's multimillion-dollar acquisition of a business that sells a nationally known household product. At issue was whether the seller breached the covenant by selling a product with attributes similar to the product line sold to our client. After several days of witness testimony presented to the arbitration panel, the case settled.
When the lightning protection system manufactured by a member of a building industry standards-setting organization failed to gain approval, we defended against allegations that the organization and its other members had engaged in a conspiracy to prevent this approval. We ultimately entered into a favorable settlement.
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