PRACTICE / ANTITRUST LITIGATION
Bringing balanceto big business.
Antitrust laws exist to prevent companies from becoming singularly powerful or from gaining unfair advantages within an industry through deceptive means. When a company violates antitrust laws, it often takes the form of monopolizing a market so that there’s little to no competition or colluding with other businesses to fix prices or rig bids.
Companies that violate antitrust laws are almost by definition big and powerful. But through antitrust litigation, everyday people can hold businesses accountable and demand greater fairness and transparency that benefit everyone in the long run.