AFFIRMING the dismissal of a lawsuit against Microsoft Corp., a state appellate court has ruled that private class actions cannot be brought under state antitrust law.
The ruling, one of two unanimous decisions on the subject rendered last week by the Appellate Division, First Department, marks the first time a New York appellate court has addressed the rights of consumers under a recent amendment to the Donnelly Act, the state’s antitrust law.
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