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American Airlines to Pay $45 Million to Settle Consumer Antitrust Suit Alleging Price-Fixing

Discussion in 'oneworld' started by aafreq, Jun 24, 2018.

  1. aafreq

    aafreq Active Member

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    Again I ask.....
    How will this JUDGEMENT affect the AA Program ?


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  2. satman40

    satman40 Gold Member

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    They will pass it on to the consumer, and who gets the 45 million, sure not the consumers.
     
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    foxberg Gold Member

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    At this time, it is unknown how much each eligible Settlement Class Member will receive. Given the number of Settlement Class Members, it may not be economically practical to make a direct cash distribution to Class Members until additional settlements or judgments are achieved. It is possible that after deductions for any attorneys’ fees, litigation expenses, settlement administration expenses, and class representative incentive awards approved by the Court, the remaining amount will be distributed to charities, governmental entities, or other beneficiaries approved by the Court. No money will be returned to the Settling Defendants once the Court approves the Settlements. A distribution plan will be prepared later or at the conclusion of the litigation based on other settlements or a judgment.
     

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