What is Antitrust Law?
Antitrust Laws Definition
The antitrust laws of the United States are designed to protect competition, consumer welfare, and the economy as a whole from unfair and anticompetitive trade practices, such as price-fixing, market allocation between competitors and bid-rigging. Our federal antitrust laws also protect against abuses of monopoly power by large corporations.
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