Antitrust laws were created to prevent monopolies or guard against businesses gaining an unfair business advantages such as price fixing, bid rigging schemes, or target collusion.
Antitrust laws often come into play when two large companies merge or work in concert to restrain trade and defeat competitive markets.
Antitrust lawyers in District of Columbia defend businesses during a merger review, in civil investigations and throughout litigation against state or federal actions by the Attorney General's Office or the Federal Trade Commission. Related topics include administrative law, business law and commercial litigation.
Lawyer Referral Service in the District of Columbia - The Bar Association of the District of Columbia (BADC) sponsors a Lawyer Referral Service (LRS) that helps individuals and businesses find a local attorney in Washington D.C. In fact, the BADC sponsors the only Lawyer Referral Service in the District of Columbia. The LRS charges a nominal referral fee of $39.95. Call 202-296-7845 to talk with the Legal Advice Line staff and receive the referral to a local attorney with experience in the needed area of concentration.