Class Suits Charge Battery Makers With Global Price-Fixing Conspiracy

, New Jersey Law Journal

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Litigation is mounting against the world's biggest manufacturers of rechargeable lithium ion batteries, who consumers accuse of complicity in an illegal price-fixing scheme.

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  • LulaineRDLegalFunding

    This is going to be a similar to the LCD lawsuit retailers and customers filed a while back which was recently settled. I can see the same result happening if the evidence is as strong in this case, there are too many caveats for the plaintiff to exploit and can possibly use to win. I see a settlement possibly as large as the LCD to avoid the expensive litigation.

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