Been, et al. v. O.K. Industries, Inc., et al., No. CIV-02-285-RAW, 2008 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 51350 (E.D. Okla. Jul. 3, 2008), aff'd., Been v. O.K. Industries, Inc., 398 Fed. Appx. 382 (10th Cir. Okla., 2010), cert. den. sub. nom., O.K. Industries, Inc., et al

(under §202(a) of Packers and Stockyards Act, plaintiff must show that defendant’s practice injured, or was likely to injure, competition; case remanded by Circuit Court for trial court to determine whether plaintiff proffered sufficient proof; but, defendant’s chicken production contracts found to violate state law proscription against unconscionable contracts and jury returned verdict of $21,141,975 against defendant; defendant’s motion for new trial denied even though court stated that economic testimony of plaintiff’s expert (Robert Taylor of Auburn University) was “little more than gussied up wealth redistributive theory of probable Marxist origin”); jury verdict reduced to $14,511,935 and plaintiff given until July 13, 2008, to consent to reduced award in lieu of new trial on damages); on appeal court affirmed; U.S. Supreme Court denied to hear the case).