September 18, 2020

Volume X, Number 262

Mogin Rubin

Competition law is known as “antitrust law” in the United States, as both “antitrust” and “competition law” in the European Union and as “anti-monopoly” laws in other jurisdictions.  MoginRubin lawyers have been leaders in antitrust law for over 35 years, helping companies fight for their place in the market through litigation in federal and state courts around the country and representing their interests before the Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, Congress and state legislatures.  With the combined experience of private litigators, economists and former government attorneys, we simplify antitrust’s complexities.  MoginRubin lawyers have been a part of some of the largest antitrust cases in recent history.

The primary US federal antitrust laws are the Sherman Act, the Clayton Act and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Act.  Most states also have antitrust laws; many state statutes are based on or similar to the federal antitrust laws.

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