KO&L and its partners have represented businesses and individuals who have been injured as a result of price-fixing, customer allocation, or other anticompetitive behavior by sellers of a broad array of products and services. For example, KO&L had a significant role in the prosecution of a broad ranging alleged antitrust conspiracy concerning the marketing of commercial insurance by insurers and brokers in which over $200 million has been recovered so far for purchasers of commercial insurance, In re Insurance Brokers Antitrust Litigation (D.N.J.). In addition, KO&L is presently involved in the In re: Hydrogen Peroxide Antitrust Litigation (E.D. Pa.), in which a price fixing conspiracy among the principal manufacturers of hydrogen peroxide is alleged, and In re Packaged Ice Antitrust Litigation (E.D. Mich.), in which it is alleged that the principal manufacturers of packaged ice agreed to divide up the market in the United States to avoid any meaningful competition. If you believe you are a victim of anticompetitive practices, click here to send us your information.