Among class action lawyers, it’s axiomatic: When prosecutors indict, the lawsuits will follow.

But the effort to prove a global conspiracy to fix the price of vitamins and allocate markets proceeded a bit differently. As prosecutors in Washington, D.C., prepared a May 20 announcement of record fines and guilty pleas, plaintiffs’ lawyers were already meeting across town about their own investigation.

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