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Amazon Under Fire for Violating New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act (“CFA”)

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The State of New Jersey has filed a legal case against Amazon, accusing the company of antitrust violations and commercial practices that contravene both state and federal law. These alleged violations include monopolization and attempted monopolization of trade and commerce within the state. The State of New Jersey is seeking remedies such as disgorgement of profits, injunctive relief, costs, attorney's fees, and other appropriate remedies as deemed necessary by the court.

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