Cohen Milstein served as co-lead counsel on behalf of a class of wild blueberry growers.  In 2003, a Maine state court jury found three blueberry processing companies liable for participating in a four-year price-fixing and non-solicitation conspiracy that artificially lowered the prices defendants paid to approximately 800 growers of wild blueberries and awarded $18.68 million in damages.  After mandatory trebling under Maine’s antitrust law, judgment was entered for approximately $56 million.