Antitrust & Trade Regulation
Under federal or state laws, antitrust problems can arise not only from business combinations or mergers, but also from rules imposed by manufacturers or franchisors on other entities in the distribution chain, marketplace interactions between competing firms, licensing of intellectual property, or differential pricing policies. Government agencies, regulators, consumers, and competitors routinely invoke false advertising and unfair competition statutes against businesses. Additionally, contracts, remedies, and warranties often generate business disputes and lawsuits.
These aren’t calm waters, and they are certainly not best navigated alone. That is exactly why you call us. Several LLG attorneys have defended large antitrust and trade practices matters in courts across the country. We can tackle the thorniest of antitrust and trade regulation situations, and there are often opportunities to resolve your issues before litigation is even threatened. Sometimes the best way to defend the claim is to avoid it altogether.
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