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In the first-filed action in a multidistrict litigation case involving two dozen suits, consolidated for pretrial purposes, in which collision repair shops across the country accused many of the automobile insurers in their states of conspiring to suppress the reimbursement rates for collision repairs in violation of Section I of the Sherman Antitrust Act and various state laws, the Florida federal district court has granted the insurers’ motion to dismiss all claims, with prejudice.

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