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Kohner, Mann & Kailas brings final chapter of antitrust lawsuit back to Wisconsin

Members of the Kohner, Mann & Kailas legal team include (standing from left) Melinda Bialzik, Ellen Leopold, Ryan Billings and Lance Duroni, and (seated from left) Bob Gegios, Christopher Borman, Paul Daly and Abbey Bowen. The firm is entering its 13th year of litigation in a natural-gas antitrust lawsuit that was recently sent back to Wisconsin for trial.

Bob Gegios of Kohner, Mann & Kailas compares a massive natural gas antitrust lawsuit he’s been working on for years to the “Odyssey.” The case — about to enter its 13th year of litigation — is a class-action suit against energy companies accused of fixing the price of natural gas. The inflated prices cost Wisconsin industrial and commercial purchasers hundreds of millions of dollars collectively.

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US Supreme Court’s class-action ruling leaves unanswered questions


It was a closely watched case that came to a dramatic and unexpected conclusion of questionable precedential value. Now attorneys are left pondering what effect, if any, the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Comcast Corp. v. Behrend will have on class-action certifications.

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