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Ensuring Antitrust Compliance In A Small Business

Law360 (October 27, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Every year, the owners of small supply companies may meet to divide up their local marketplace while, in another city, members of a regional trade association discuss what rates to charge for their services.

Such cooperative practices make life much easier - unless they find themselves suddenly slapped with an expensive antitrust lawsuit.

Much of the press on antitrust focuses on the activities of major national and multinational corporations but they are every bit as applicable to small business, depending on where they operate and what...
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