Helped recover more than $590 million in an antitrust class action against private equity firms alleged to have rigged bids, restricted the supply of private equity financing, fixed transaction prices, and divided the market for private equity services for leveraged buyouts.
The firm served as part of a team of plaintiff firms in a high-profile, antitrust class action against several private equity firms. The case involved allegations of a conspiracy among defendants to rig bids, restrict the supply of private equity financing, fix transaction prices, and divide up the market for private equity services for leveraged buyouts. Robbins LLP played a prominent role in this litigation that settled for more than $590 million, bearing the responsibility for building the case against a principal defendant, one of the largest private equity firms in the world.
Dahl v. Bain Capital Partners, LLC, No. 1:07-cv-12388(WGY) (D. Mass. Mar. 17, 2015)