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Private lawyers with ties to D.C. AG’s office could get up to $55 million to sue Amazon

Hausfeld LLP has scored a contingency fee contract so potentially lucrative that it includes a stipulation that the firm can’t take more than $55 million in fees. District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine has chosen the firm to file an antitrust lawsuit against Amazon for allegedly keeping third-party sellers on the site from offering their products elsewhere for lower prices, ensuring that they’d be sold on Amazon and the company could keep a percentage.

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