Competition Economics client wins $64 million in tortious interference case

In the matter of Hope for Families and Community Services, Inc. et al. v. Milton McGregor et al., Competition Economics Director Michael A. Williams submitted testimony on behalf of a group of charitable organizations seeking to open a gaming facility. Plaintiffs alleged that defendants engaged in tortious interference with their contractual and business relations. Dr. Williams submitted testimony on whether the rules and regulations governing the operation of bingo gaming facilities in Macon County, Alabama conferred substantial market or monopoly power on the sole operator of such facilities in Macon County, Defendant VictoryLand. The jury found for the plaintiffs and awarded $64 million in damages.

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