Babies "R" Us Price Fixing

Babies “R” Us Price Fixing

The plaintiffs alleged that Babies ‘R’ Us conspired with the manufacturers of baby products in a scheme whereby the manufacturers required other retailers to sell their products at prices above those being charged by Babies ‘R’ Us. As a result, Babies ‘R’ Us was able to monopolize the retail market, resulting in consumers being forced to pay more for baby products.


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Our Role

Seeger Weiss represented consumers and small retailers of baby products in a class action suit against Babies ‘R’ Us (an affiliate of the Toys ‘R’ Us chain) and several manufacturers of baby products, including strollers, bedding, car seats, and other items. The class action was consolidated in the U.S. District Court for the Easter District of Pennsylvania before the Honorable Anita B. Brody.