Lawyers for America’s largest beef packing companies asked a federal judge on Friday to dismiss the class action suit filed against them by a group of ranchers last year.
The antitrust class-action lawsuit alleging America’s largest beef packers conspired to fix cattle prices has been dismissed by a federal judge in Minnesota.
Just last week, R-CALF USA filed a lawsuit against four major meat packers. However, even if the cattle producers win, it could still be a losing scenario in the end. Drovers Editor explains why.
America’s four largest beef packers face another lawsuit claiming antitrust violations since 2015, this one filed by a California distributor seeking treble damages.
R-CALF USA has filed a new lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia challenging the Beef Checkoff over amendments made to the program by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The trustee for a bankrupt Chicago grocery co-op now seeks class-action status in a suit claiming the Big 4 packers conspired to manipulate beef prices paid by wholesalers.
R-CALF USA has filed a class action lawsuit against America's four largest packing companies claiming their actions since 2015 have depressed prices paid to ranchers.
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