Keller Postman, representing consumers suing Amazon for antitrust violations that led to inflated prices across online markets, asked a Washington federal judge to appoint the firm Interim Co-Lead Class Counsel in Frame-Wilson et al v. Amazon.com Inc. The putative class alleges that Amazon’s most-favored-nation (MFN) agreements with third-party sellers barred the sellers from offering lower prices on other online sites.
Frame-Wilson is a sister lawsuit to De Coster et al v. Amazon.com Inc., a case that Keller Postman filed last spring on behalf of Amazon customers who paid inflated prices due to Amazon’s MFN clause. Keller Postman was also previously appointed Interim Co-Lead Class Counsel in that suit.
The Keller Postman team includes Partners Zina Bash and Warren Postman, and Associate Jessica Beringer.
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