Antitrust laws are designed to prevent large corporations from engaging in conduct that results in reducing competition and raising prices for consumers and small businesses. Conduct covered by antitrust laws includes generally price-fixing, monopolization, bundling or tying arrangements (where the purchase of a necessary product or service is conditioned upon, or tied to the purchase of another unnecessary product or service, thus increasing the ultimate cost to the purchaser), exclusive dealing, refusing to deal with certain merchants or vendors.
Antitrust is a complex area of federal law and in The Mehdi Firm, you will find a capable and experienced partner that can guide you through the challenges of building an effective and credible antitrust case.
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