Do you sell televisions and big screen TVs?
If you are a small retailer selling televisions such as Panasonic, Sony, Toshiba, Samsung, Hitachi, LG, Pioneer, Sharp, Mitsubishi, Phillips or RCA, you may have been the victim of illegal trade practices designed to hurt you and possibly put you out of business.
Are you being priced out of business?
Major manufactures of big screen televisions of all kinds, the big box stores and major national chain stores may have engaged in illegal price fixing. This means the manufactures may have sold the same big screens to the major stores for substantially less than they sold them to you. The manufactures then gave the major stores permission to sell these same televisions for hundreds, even thousands of dollars less than you could sell them for.
If this practice is established and confirmed, you have been the victim of illegal trade practices, price fixing and violations of the Sherman Antitrust Act. This may mean you are entitled to compensation for your actual economic losses in these sales and, in some circumstances, additional damages.
A national class action law firm is currently investigating these practices and the manufacturers and large stores behind them. A lawyer would be interested in interviewing you, even if you cannot become a class representative. Not only may you be entitled to compensation, but you may have helpful information that will assist an ongoing national investigation.
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