Antitrust 101: The Anti-Competition Blocker

Kyla J. Houge

Occasionally the news will announce a planned merger of two large companies. Often following this announcement, much time passes with little fanfare before a second announcement is made indicating that the merger was either approved or has been blocked. In a separate scenario, the news may announce that a company has been suspected of price fixing or price discriminating or making false advertisements and individuals who work for the company are suddenly finding themselves facing prosecution.

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