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Universal Surveillance Systems survives Checkpoint’s motion to dismiss antitrust lawsuit

 |  February 22, 2012

Universal Surveillance Systems’ antitrust lawsuit has survived Checkpoint Systems’ motion to dismiss. U.S. District Judge John Adams of the Northern District of Ohio found that the complaint met all requirements to move forward. Universal Surveillance Systems is the largest privately held company offering security solutions; Checkpoint holds an 80 percent market share in electronic article surveillance systems.

Universal Surveillance alleges unfair distribution agreements and exclusionary conduct in the market for electronic article surveillance systems sold to food and drug retailers.

Source: PRWeb


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