We believe that sellers of batteries may have engaged in unlawful activity that resulted in consumers overpaying for Energizer disposable batteries. If you are a customer who purchased Energizer disposable batteries at a store or online, you may have a legal claim entitling you to compensation. Common types of disposable batteries include AA, AAA, and 9 volt.
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Leonardo Chingcuanco is an associate with Cohen Milstein and a member of the Antitrust practice. He represents a broad range of individuals and businesses in civil litigation, with a focus on multi-district class actions and antitrust litigation.
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