in Newswire Published on January 30, 2019

Class Action Says Anti-Steering Rules in American Express Merchant Agreements Violate Antitrust Law, Inflate Consumer Prices

Oliver et al. v. American Express Company et al.

Filed: January 29, 2019 § 1:19-cv-00566

American Express faces an antitrust class action that alleges its use of "anti-steering rules" artificially inflate both transaction fees for merchants and prices for consumers.

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