Defending Individuals and Businesses Accused of Antitrust Violations

Federal and state law enforcement agencies actively investigate and prosecute businesses and individuals accused of collusion activities such as price fixing, bid rigging, and market allocation schemes.

Most federal prosecutions allege violations of either the Sherman Antitrust Act and/or the Clayton Antitrust Act. The Sherman Act generally prohibits any agreement among businesses that unreasonably restrains competition, while its successor the Clayton Act broadens the scope of antitrust legislation to include individualized schemes such as price discrimination and allows greater regulation of monopolies.

Often there is a fine line between competitive business practices and violating antitrust laws.

Call Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer Kresta Daly – (916) 318-5677.

A firm understanding of the statutes and the case law surrounding antitrust laws is vital to the successful defense against a charge of antitrust violation. Federal criminal defense attorney Kresta Daly has years of trial experience defending clients charged with antitrust violations.

If you have been charged with an antitrust-related crime contact Kresta Daly now for a free consultation.