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Antitrust Violations in Las Vegas

Have you been charged with violating antitrust laws?

There are three primary statutes governing fair commerce and trade in the U.S:

  • The Sherman Act of 1890,
  • The Federal Trade Commission Act of 1914
  • The Clayton Act of 1914

The purpose of these laws is to prevent monopolies, the restriction of trade, and unjust business practices. If you are being investigated for antitrust violations or have been charged with this serious crime, a Las Vegas federal crime attorney should be contacted at once. You will need prompt and skilled legal assistance when defending these accusations.

Okabe & Haushalter is an aggressive criminal defense firm with a solid background in federal cases such as antitrust violations. Antitrust laws can be complex and confusing, and legal proceedings in these cases can be extremely arduous. Our attorneys are knowledgeable in all antitrust statutes and can provide the determined representation you will need.

Work with Okabe & Haushalter to Protect Your Future

There can be steep penalties for antitrust violations. Sentencing can include imprisonment for up to 10 years, and fines ranging up to $1 million for individuals and $100 million for businesses.

Types of antitrust violations include the following:

  • Bid Rigging
  • Tying
  • Price Fixing
  • Unfair Competition
  • Monopolization
  • Market Allocation
  • Merchant Discrimination
  • Unfair Business Practices
  • Trade Restraints

Almost unlimited federal resources will be available to the prosecution when pursing a guilty verdict in your case. A powerful defense attorney is necessary in such cases. Our firm has successfully represented many clients in complicated cases and knows what to expect from the prosecution. We can be relied on to protect your constitutional rights and zealously challenge their case. Do not hesitate to contact a Las Vegas antitrust defense lawyer from our firm to have your case reviewed and for qualified legal counsel regarding your defense.