Court Grants Motion To Compel Guardian To Turn Over Documents In Anti-Trust Suit

Date: 12 August 2009
The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania has granted the plaintiffs' motion to compel Guardian Industries to produce several documents that were reviewed during the European Commission's (EC) price-fixing investigation.

In the suit, the plaintiffs, which include a range of glass shops across the United States, allege that several glass manufacturers engaged in a conspiracy to fix prices.
Guardian had objected to the motion, "arguing that the requests are overly broad, unreasonably burdensome and violative of principles of international comity," according to the court's opinion, released July 29.

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