Hogan, et al v. Amazon.com (W.D. Wa.)

We represent a class of consumers who purchased items through Amazon’s “Buy Box”, through which 90% of Amazon.com’s sales are made. Plaintiffs allege that Amazon violates the antitrust laws by tying a seller’s access to placement in Amazon’s Buy Box on the seller’s purchasing fulfillment services from Amazon. This arrangement allegedly eliminates competition in the fulfillment market, resulting in the consumer class paying artificially inflated prices.

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