Market Concentration



Domina Calls For Reversal Of Ag Industry Consolidation

Agriculture needs a few good heroes willing to stand up to lawmakers and be heard in courts if America wants to address the increasingly consolidated industry and mega companies whose onerous contracts threaten producers, Omaha attorney Dave Domina said Friday. Domina challenged the University of Nebraska to educate a bold new generation of farmers and… Read More

Domina ready to fight for little guy

Over 10 years ago, I had the opportunity of a front-row seat beside Dave Domina, now a candidate for U.S. Senate, in a federal courtroom where he was representing cattlemen in a class-action lawsuit, Pickett vs. Tyson, concerning market concentration. Dave was practically the only attorney who had the courage and fortitude to take on… Read More

Domina for agriculture

I took offense to John Miller’s Oct. 5 letter, “Sasse for agriculture.” Of the four U.S. Senate candidates, Ben Sasse may arguably have the worst ag resume. The most important thing Nebraskans need to understand is that Ben Sasse is the only candidate who is being funded by the Club for Growth, which has been… Read More

Q&A – U.S. Senate candidate Dave Domina on his antitrust platform

Domina is not a stranger to competition laws. As a lawyer, he represented cattlemen in a 2004 antitrust trial in which a jury found that Tyson Foods Inc should pay $1.28 billion for price manipulation. A judge threw out the verdict as unlawful. Tyson, the largest U.S. meat processor by sales, is in the news… Read More

Cattle Markets & Free Competition

Ten years ago on February 17, a federal jury returned a $1.281 Billion jury verdict against the nation’s largest meat processor, finding they had used contracts to lower the cash market and control price to the detriment of cattle producers. Dave Domina fought for the cattle producers, the “little guy” then and has continued that… Read More

Comcast-Time Warner; Absolutely Not!

Comcast and Time Warner absolutely should not be permitted to merge. The inevitable upshot of the merger, if allowed, will be to reduce competition, diminish quality and diminish competitive incentives created to improve quality and increase consumer prices…Comcast and Time Warner absolutely should not be permitted to merge. The inevitable upshot of the merger, if… Read More