Morgan et al v. RealPage Inc et al

  1. January 27, 2023

    RealPage Tenants Urge Swift Consolidation Approval In Wash.

    A proposed class of multifamily tenants accusing property management software company RealPage Inc. and several landlords of rent-fixing urged a Washington federal court to reject other tenants' opposition to consolidation and class counsel appointment, arguing that the court has already sided against the opposing tenants when it appointed interim counsel for a separate proposed class of student housing tenants.

  2. January 11, 2023

    RealPage Urges Wash. Judge Not To Bundle Antitrust Cases

    RealPage Inc. on Tuesday asked a Washington federal judge to reject a move by plaintiffs' lawyers to combine a series of antitrust suits accusing the company and some of the country's biggest landlords of colluding to raise rent prices.

  3. January 10, 2023

    Judge Rejects RealPage Landlord's Venue-Shopping Claims

    A Washington federal judge on Monday rejected a landlord's attempt to move an antitrust case against some of the country's largest landlords and RealPage Inc. to a federal court in California, finding that maneuvering by plaintiffs' attorneys doesn't smack of judge-shopping.

  4. January 09, 2023

    RealPage Plaintiffs Back National Structure For Antitrust Suits

    A group of plaintiffs' lawyers have argued in Washington federal court that a structure they proposed last month to combine a series of antitrust cases against RealPage Inc. and some of the country's biggest landlords should stand despite objections from opposing plaintiffs' attorneys.

  5. January 05, 2023

    RealPage Again Seeks Texas Venue For Antitrust Claims

    RealPage Inc. and a group of large landlords again asked the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation to move a series of antitrust cases against them to Texas federal court after a new spate of class actions have popped up around the country.

  6. January 03, 2023

    RealPage Suit Should Return To Calif., Co-Defendant Says

    One of the numerous antitrust suits facing RealPage Inc. should go back to Southern California, a real estate investment trust said, arguing that the plaintiffs' attorneys have failed to justify their decision to drop two "virtually identical" cases against the property management software company in the Golden State and refile them in Seattle.

  7. January 02, 2023

    Antitrust Conduct Issues And Cases To Watch In 2023

    The Federal Trade Commission prepares to test the limits of its authority to combat unfair methods of competition in the coming year, as the U.S. Department of Justice and state enforcers continue pushing aggressive antitrust agendas alongside new proposed class actions from private parties.

  8. December 22, 2022

    Plaintiff Firms Spar Over RealPage Consolidation Bid In Wash.

    A plaintiff-side effort to consolidate 11 putative class actions against RealPage Inc. in the Western District of Washington is being met with resistance from a separate group of attorneys who say their own suits filed elsewhere in the U.S. make such a move premature.

  9. December 20, 2022

    Plaintiffs Seek To Consolidate RealPage Cases In Washington

    Eleven lawsuits accusing RealPage Inc. of coordinating rent hikes are seeking to consolidate in the Western District of Washington and have proposed a lead counsel structure, according to a motion by Gabriel Navarro, a University of Washington student.

  10. December 02, 2022

    Tenant Groups Join Forces In New RealPage Antitrust Suit

    Two groups of tenants brought a suit against RealPage Inc. and some of the nation's largest landlords in Washington federal court on Friday in a case accusing the companies of using software to jack up rent and restrict the supply of 16 million units, about a third of the U.S. residential rental market.