North Carolina Antitrust Lawyers
Antitrust refers to a body of state and federal statutes and regulations that are intended to prevent companies and individuals from limiting competition. Antitrust litigation can result in both civil liability and criminal penalties, including prison for convicted individuals. The U.S. Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, and state attorneys general enforce the antitrust laws. Under the right circumstances, private parties can, too.
The Sherman Act, the Federal Trade Commission Act, and the Clayton Act are the key federal antitrust statutes. Our lawyers have prosecuted and/or defended claims involving all three.
Contact one of our antitrust lawyers to discuss concerns you may have about your civil or criminal case.