Google Digital Advertising Antitrust Class Action

05.28.2020

On behalf of small business clients, Girard Sharp on May 27 filed a class action lawsuit against Google following reports that the company has engaged in anticompetitive conduct in the digital advertising market.

If your organization or business uses Google Ads for digital marketing, you may have a claim. Get a free consultation and contact a Girard Sharp antitrust attorney today by calling toll-free at (866) 981-4800 or submitting your information below:

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Plaintiffs allege that Google has wrongfully acquired a monopoly in the market for digital advertising services. Google leverages its monopoly power in search to maintain a dominant position across the broader digital advertising market, harming publishers and advertisers alike.

Plaintiffs further allege that Google deployed such anticompetitive tactics as mergers to monopolize, withholding of data, exclusive contracts, and denial of interoperability to drive out ad-tech competitors. Google’s monopoly conduct has made it nearly impossible for publishers and advertisers in the market for display advertising to do business with each other except through Google.

Do you use Google Ads? Contact us today for a free consultation.

If your organization or business uses Google Ads for digital marketing, you may have a claim. Get a free consultation and contact a Girard Sharp antitrust attorney today by calling toll-free at (866) 981-4800 or submitting your information in the form at the top of this page.

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