A federal judge gave preliminary approval on January 30 to a cash settlement in multidistrict antitrust litigation against producers of potash, a naturally occurring chemical that is essential to many fertilizers. In this Q&A, lawyer Bruce Simon talks about the $110 million recovery, which followed a closely watched ruling for the plaintiffs by an en banc panel of the Seventh Circuit.
$110 Million Antitrust Settlement Reached Over Potash Prices
The National Law Journal
February 14, 2013