This suit alleges that Varsity has violated the Sherman Antitrust Act by gobbling up rivals to gain market dominance and then using that market dominance to erect a moat that protects its lucrative businesses from free and fair competition.
Justice Catalyst Law and partners allege that an antitrust conspiracy has fixed the prices of the premiums paid for commercial bail bonds since at least 2004.
Justice Catalyst Law, alongside partners, filed a putative class action against the National Association of Realtors and four national real estate brokerages for conspiring to require home sellers to pay for buyers’ brokers at an inflated commission well above a competitive level in violation of federal antitrust law.
JCL and a coalition of nonprofit consumer-advocacy and public-interest organizations submitted a letter to the Colorado Motor Vehicle Dealer Board demanding that the board take action to cease an abusive tactic employed by the Colorado auto dealer industry
Berger Montague, Cuneo Gilbert & LaDuca, and Justice Catalyst Law filed an antitrust class action lawsuit against Varsity Brands and the U.S. All Star Federation.
The Washington Post wrote about Justice Catalyst Law and partners' putative class action lawsuit against the National Association of Realtors.
CNN has written about Justice Catalyst Law's case against the National Association of Realtors.
In JCL's bail bonds case, an order was issued rejecting an argument by members of the bail bonds industry that they are immune from liability for an alleged antitrust conspiracy.