When you own or operate a business, you want to make sure that it’s as successful and profitable as possible. When it comes to promoting your venture and taking measures to ensure success, however, both federal and Georgia state antitrust laws come into play. There are many business practices that can run afoul of the antitrust laws, and navigating those laws can be a challenge.
At Conaway & Strickler, P.C., we can help you understand the often complicated world of antitrust laws and work for you to keep your business and your reputation in good standing. When you’re in the middle of Georgia antitrust investigations, the lawyers at Conaway & Strickler, P.C., are your first and most powerful line of defense. We’ve been named “one of America’s best criminal defense firms” by Newsweek magazine, and we are committed to helping you through the process of antitrust investigations. We’re here to protect your rights under the Constitution and your best interests, whether you’re being investigated or facing time in court pertaining to allegations of antitrust law violations.Atlanta Antitrust Investigations Attorneys
In order to ensure fair business practices and ethical methods of helping to grow a business, there are laws on a state and federal level that are designed to prevent tactics that give any particular business an unfair advantage over their competition. Creating a monopoly, fixing prices, illegally using influence to obtain special pricing that isn’t available to anyone else, boycotting businesses and zoning issues can all fall under the antitrust laws, depending upon the circumstances.
If you are under investigation or are concerned that a proposed transaction of business decision may violate the antitrust laws, it is essential to seek guidance and counsel from a law firm with a thorough understanding of the complicated antitrust laws. We’ll work with you to avoid antitrust issues and help bring about the most favorable outcome possible in any alleged antitrust violations. Contact us today to discuss your case, and to get the legal counsel you’ll need to protect you and your business and to make sound business decisions.