In a new post on the Inside Class Actions blog, our colleagues summarize a Nevada federal court’s May 8 dismissal of a class action complaint in Gibson v. Cendyn, the first of a series of recent algorithmic price-fixing cases to reach a final disposition.  The court found that plaintiffs failed to adequately allege that Las Vegas hotel operators violated Section 1 of the Sherman Act by agreeing to set hotel room prices using pricing algorithms from the same vendor.