Helping Businesses And Individuals Harmed By Anticompetitive Behavior
Competition benefits businesses and consumers. Antitrust laws seek to promote competitive markets. When companies violate antitrust laws, the price of goods and services surges, causing businesses and individuals to incur unnecessary expenses. Antitrust lawsuits are brought to challenge conduct – such as price discrimination, price fixing and monopolization or restraints – that has a harmful impact on competition.
What Types Of Anticompetitive Conduct Should I Look For?
What Laws Govern Antitrust Violations?
THE SHERMAN ACT
THE CLAYTON ACT
THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION ACT
How Do I Challenge Antitrust Violations?
Antitrust lawsuits can be brought by an individual or a business against the offending company. In cases where the loss to each individual or business is small, those harmed can join together to being a class action. This allows individuals and businesses to pool their resources and leverage their claims to ensure a company takes notice.
Justice For Victimized Businesses And Consumers
What does it cost to bring an antitrust class action? Nothing. Robbins LLP represents businesses and individuals on a contingency fee basis, meaning we advance all attorney’s fees and expenses incurred by the litigation. If we are successful in litigation, we will seek to have the court approve our attorney’s fee request, which will be paid out of the recovery for the class. We never seek reimbursement for attorney’s fees or costs directly from our clients.