Law360, New York (May 5, 2016, 2:45 PM EDT) -- In a technology sector where young businesses constantly compete with more established companies for market share, antitrust law can be a source of both opportunity and risk for entrepreneurs, experts say.
The core goal of antitrust law is to protect competition from entrenched monopolies and collusion, which sometimes makes antitrust enforcement agencies and plaintiffs lawyers the natural allies of Silicon Valley market disruptors. But those same startups can quickly find themselves under the antitrust microscope, especially if they fail to make compliance a priority early on.
Here, antitrust attorneys share five pieces of advice to help tech innovators get it right....
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