Hausfeld LLP Announces Landmark Decision in O’Bannon Case Finding NCAA Violated Antitrust Law and Must Change Rules

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DOJ Charges Against CDR Reaffirm Allegations In Muni Bond Antitrust Civil Complaint

October 30, 2009 Hausfeld LLP, which represents numerous states, cities and counties that are plaintiffs in a massive municipal bond antitrust lawsuit, hails yesterday’s action by the U.S. Department of Justice charging co-defendant CDR Financial Products Inc. with participating in fraud and bid-rigging in the ...

Hausfeld LLP Adds Three New Associates

Ralph Bunche, Jeannine Kenney and Sathya Gosselin join the firm's antitrust practice group.

Hausfeld LLP Partner William P. Butterfield Appointed To The Sedona Conference® Steering Committee on E-Discovery

Butterfield will join Committee members in providing guidance to Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production.

Vitamins Class Action Lawsuit Filed in Panama

September 10, 2009 Case is first international class action filed in Latin America

South African Government Withdraws Opposition To Apartheid Lawsuits Pending in U.S. Federal Court

September 03, 2009 The South African government reversed its opposition to a pair of lawsuits pending in federal court in New York in which apartheid victims have alleged certain U.S. and foreign corporations aided and abetted human rights violations by South Africa’s apartheid regime.

Hausfeld LLP Commences Paraffin Wax Action in London High Court

July 31, 2009 Claimaint law firm sues Shell and Exxon Mobil for involvement in Paraffin Wax Cartel. London now European forum of choice for private cartel actions.

BA/Virgin price-fixing case - record UK customer refunds announced

July 22, 2009 Following last week’s commencement of criminal proceedings brought against British Airways executives involved in the fuel surcharge price-fixing cartel with Virgin Atlantic, leading claimant law firm Hausfeld & Co LLP has released up-to-date numbers of the claims made from the UK following it’s ...

Hausfeld LLP Files Lawsuit Against The NCAA On Behalf of Former Student Athletes

July 21, 2009 UCLA basketball star Ed O’Bannon and thousands of former Division I men’s basketball and football players allege the NCAA violated federal antitrust law, by unlawfully foreclosing former players from receiving any compensation related to the use of their images and likenesses.