Welcome to the Antitrust Law Center.
Antitrust laws protect competition. American Consumers rely on free, fair and open competition- getting goods and services at the lowest prices. Businesses and public entities rely on bidding and the free market to ensure the best prices. Markets can work only when the competitors set prices honestly. When competing businesses agree to cooperate behind the scenes by fixing prices, rig bids, or divide up customers - prices are inflated and consumers are cheated.
Examples of Antitrust Violations
Examples of some common unfair business practices that are antitrust violations include:
- *Price Fixing
- *Bid Rigging
- *Market Division Schemes among Competitors
- *Attempted creation of Monopolies
- *Unfair business practices designed to harm consumers
Our legal team investigates reports of unfair business conduct that violates state and federal antitrust laws. The purpose of these laws is to prevent businesses from artificially raising prices or controlling markets for products. Anticompetitive behavior is often illegal and costs consumers millions of dollars.
We seek to stop antitrust violations, protect consumers & businesses by bringing lawsuits against violators.
Have information on Antitrust Violations?
To submit a report, complete the form on this page or call 1-800-934-2921 for a free consultation with a antitrust lawyer.