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SUITS GALORE - Among the latest COVID-19-induced class actions: Food delivery apps like Uber Eats and GrubHub are the target of a civil antitrust suit that alleges they’re driving up prices amid the pandemic; two class actions allege Six Flags has unlawfully continued to automatically charge monthly and season pass holders despite closing its amusement parks through mid-May; and attorneys on both coasts have filed a class action against Southwest Airlines alleging it failed to provide reimbursements for flights canceled as a result of the coronavirus.

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