A D.C. federal judge handed a loss Monday to a group of U.S. companies that produce materials used to make steel, denying motions to dismiss antitrust and racketeering claims brought by the companies' Brazilian counterparts. The case, which dates back more than 10 years, resulted in new precedent earlier this year.
U.S. Ferrosilicon Producers Lose Motions to Dismiss Antitrust Lawsuit
The National Law Journal
August 22, 2012