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Antitrust and Trade Regulation Articles


Antitrust and Trade Regulation

U.S. antitrust laws (including The Sherman Act, the Clayton Act and the Federal Trade Commission Act) are designed to prevent the formation of cartels and monopolies, and ban restrictive trade practices. Ultimately, these laws are intended to protect consumers by ensuring there is enough competition to keep prices fair, level the playing field so small businesses can compete with their larger counterparts, and benefit the economy as a whole. If your company has been accused of antitrust violations, has been sued for price fixing or is pursuing mergers and acquisitions, you need the expertise and guidance of an antitrust law firm and attorneys who have experience with the antitrust and competition laws in the countries in which you operate.