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Court Denies Motions to Dismiss Direct Purchasers' Claims in Capacitors Cartel Case

Dec. 30, 2015, the Court denied Defendants' motions to dismiss Direct Purchaser Plaintiffs' claims alleging a price-fixing conspiracy. Read the Order here.

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Proposed Cipro Settlement with Bayer

Court Sets Trial Date in Cipro Pay-for-Delay Cases

Following a lengthy appellate process to the top of the California judiciary, trial has been officially scheduled for October 14, 2016 in the Cipro pay-for-delay cases.

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JSLF Files First Direct Purchaser Class Action Challenging Resistors Cartel

Read more about the case here. Read the full Class Action Complaint here.

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Investigations-Capacitors

NEC Tokin Corporation Pleads Guilty to Fixing Prices of Capacitors

On September 2, 2015, NEC Tokin Corporation agreed to plead guilty to a felony charge of fixing prices on capacitors in violation of Section 1 of the Sherman Act.

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Proposed Cipro Settlement with Bayer

Court of Appeal Denies Watson's Request for Affirmance, Sends Case to Superior Court

Aug 24, 2015--The Court of Appeal denied Watson's request to affirm summary judgment. The case will continue against the generic manufacturer defendants in the Superior Court.

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Joseph Saveri Named in Best Lawyers

Joseph Saveri was recently selected by his peers for inclusion in Best Lawyers in America 2015 in the field of Antitrust Litigation Read the full article»

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UFC Case Update

July 31, 2015 — Signed Order granting Motion to Appoint. Read the full pdf»

NEWS

JSLF Ranked Northern California Top 100

Joseph Saveri has been ranked in Super Lawyer's 2015 Top 100 Northern California Lawyers. Read the full article»

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Proposed Cipro Settlement with Bayer

Cal Supreme Court Denies Petition for Rehearing in Cipro Cases

July 8, 2015--The California Supreme Court denied Watson's petition for rehearing and sent the case back down to the lower court. The case will continue against the generic manufacturer defendants. More »