Wexler Wallace has been a leader in private antitrust enforcement, bringing a wide variety of class action cases to state and federal courts. Wexler Wallace’s cases have addressed antitrust violations in the pharmaceutical, entertainment, service rental, lumber, energy, and electronic products industries, among others.
“[Antitrust laws] are as important to the preservation of economic freedom and our free-enterprise system as the Bill of Rights is to the protection of our fundamental personal freedoms.” U.S. v. Topco Associates, Inc., 405 U.S. 596, 610 (1972).
Unfortunately, individuals and businesses sometimes violate the rules of our market-based system to artificially inflate prices. Antitrust conduct can take the form of illegally-maintained monopolies, price fixing, the exchange of competitive information, patent abuse, and other forms of unfair competition.
If you believe you or your business may have been victimized by anticompetitive conduct, please contact us.