A civil class action suit brought against Nine West Group Inc. and 10 major department stores alleging price-fixing on women’s shoes can proceed to trial, following a ruling by a Southern District judge.

Judge Barrington D. Parker Jr. rejected several arguments for dismissal of the case made by attorneys for the shoe maker and retailer as well co-defendants Bloomingdale’s Inc., Macy’s East and eight other stores in In re Nine West Shoes Antitrust Litigation, 99 Civ. 0245.

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