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Hausfeld Files Suit against the Manufacturers of Disposable Contact Lenses

Related Lawyers: James J. Pizzirusso, Michael P. Lehmann, Christopher L. Lebsock, Nathaniel C. Giddings, Bonny E. Sweeney
Related Practice Areas: Antitrust / Competition, Deceptive Business Practices and Consumer Protection

On March 3, 2015, Hausfeld filed a lawsuit alleging violations of federal and state fair competition laws against the manufactures of disposable contact lenses, including Johnson & Johnson, Bausch + Lomb, Cooper Vision, and Alcon.  

The complaint alleges that these manufacturers agreed amongst themselves and with others to institute minimum resale pricing policies that have caused harm to consumers and competition that depend on contact lenses to correct their vision.

If you believe that you have been injured by the defendants’ policies, please contact us at ngiddings@hausfeld.com.

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About Hausfeld:

Hausfeld is a leading global law firm with offices in Brussels, London, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Washington, DC. The firm has a broad range of complex litigation expertise, particularly in antitrust/competition, financial services, sports and entertainment, environmental, mass torts, consumer protection, and human rights matters, often with an international dimension. Hausfeld aims to achieve the best possible results for clients through its practical and commercial approach, avoiding litigation where feasible, yet litigating robustly when necessary. Hausfeld’s extensive experience with alternative and innovative fee models offers clients a diverse menu of engagement options and maximum flexibility in terms of managing their cost exposure.

For more information about the firm, including recent trial victories and landmark settlements, please visit: www.hausfeld.com