Antitrust Lawyers in Philadelphia
In order to prevent businesses and corporations from gaining a monopoly
in any field, antitrust laws have been established with the aim of promoting
a fair business climate that benefits consumers. At
Sacks Weston Diamond LLC, our
complex litigation attorneys prioritize the preservation of the market, representing your right to
fair competition in all antitrust litigation proceedings.
Business activities that are often examined within an antitrust case include:
- Vertical price fixing
- Horizontal price fixing
- Price discrimination
- Exclusive dealing
- Conspiring to monopolize
- Collusive bidding
- Tying arrangements
- Group boycotts
- Below-cost pricing
Discuss your anti-trust law case. Call (215) 764-3008 for a
Understanding How Antitrust Acts Work
Antitrust laws are in place to protect businesses against unfair competitive
advantages in the market. For example, the Sherman Act outlaws all unreasonable
acts of trade which lead to business monopolies, unfair advantages, partnerships,
price fixing, and more. After the Sherman Act was passed, several more
laws have been put in place to further regulate business practices.
The Federal Trade Commission Act operates as a kind of umbrella over the
Sherman Act, targeting all unfair practices that discourage fair competition.
Knowing which laws apply to your case is the first step in understanding
your options if you feel that your business is being harmed by an unfair
advantage in the competition. We are proud to represent consumers and
businesses in fighting against monopolies and unfair business practices.
Complex Litigation Lawyers Trusted
for Award-Winning Advocacy
As your attorney, we aim to preserve the integrity of our business market
through our aggressive enforcement of antitrust laws. We help our clients
level the playing field with our unparalleled award-winning advocacy,
recognized by Martindale-Hubbell® and
Super Lawyers®. Our firm also includes a
Board Certified Civil Trial Advocate who brings his unique expertise to every case. Help keep the market free
by fighting arrangements that limit free market economics and consumer choice.