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Consumer protection – G.L.c. 93A – Price-fixing scheme

Where a G.L.c. 93A complaint over an alleged price-fixing scheme was dismissed, the dismissal order must be reversed, as the plaintiff plausibly alleged economic harm.

Liu v. Amerco, et al. (Lawyers Weekly No. 01-119-12) (17 pages) (Boudin, J.) (1st Circuit) Appealed from a decision by O’Toole, J., in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. Charles E. Tompkins, with whom Ian J. McLoughlin, Robert E. Ditzion and Shapiro Haber & Urmy were on brief, for the plaintiff-appellant; G. Patrick Watson, with whom David A. Zetoony, Bryan Cave, W. Scott O’Connell and Nixon Peabody were on brief, for the defendants-appellees (Docket No. 11-2053) (May 4, 2012).

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