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What is an antitrust violation?

Statutes such as the Sherman Act, the Federal Trade Commission Act and the Clayton Act were designed to protect consumers and other businesses by preventing monopolies and ensuring free trade. Actions which are considered to be anti-competitive or unfair business practices violate this body of statutes, known as antitrust laws.

If you are suspected of breaking these laws, a federal agency such as the FBI will conduct an in-depth investigation into your business practices to collect all possible evidence against you. An antitrust violation is a federal offense that can result in severe consequences, including the payment of hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars in fines, as well as imprisonment.

An accomplished Columbus white collar crime attorney from The Koffel Law Firm should be contacted immediately if you are being investigated for antitrust violations. The firm is ranked in the top 1% of criminal defense lawyers in the U.S. by Best Lawyers in America. Their energetic and forceful approach to white collar crimes has produced a multitude of "not-guilty" verdicts at trial. In the case of antitrust violations, the firm's attorneys strive to prevent your being indicted in the first place.

Antitrust Violation Attorney in Columbus

Antitrust cases are intricate and require both an in-depth knowledge of the law plus hard-won experience in using these statutes to the advantage of the defense. Types of antitrust violations involve unfair competition, monopolization, market allocation, price fixing, bid rigging, merchant discrimination, trade restraints and more. During legal proceedings, the prosecution will attempt to prove that a conspiracy existed resulting in an impediment of fair commerce across state lines.

The government will have access to considerable resources, use experienced prosecutors and aggressively pursue a conviction in an antitrust case. You need a firm who has a proven track record of zealously fighting to protect your rights and obtain the best results possible for their clients.

Find out how antitrust violation charges can be effectively defended. Contact a Columbus antitrust violation lawyer from the firm today.

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