Recent Developments In The Scope Of U.S. Jurisdiction In Discovery And Treble Damage Actions
In April 2002, Chief Judge Thomas Hogan ordered inculpatory submissions from the defendants in a treble damage litigation case. The case arose arising from the price- fixing activity of a global cartel in the bulk vitamin industry. Most of the Vitamins defendants had entered guilty pleas to conspiring to violate US and foreign antitrust laws. The white paper examines the finer nuances of the case and illustrates some other such cases.