Antitrust law operates to encourage fair competition in the marketplace by regulating anticompetitive conduct by businesses.  Examples of such anticompetitive behavior include price gouging, monopolization, predatory pricing and refusal to deal.  By eliminating these anticompetitive practices, antitrust law promotes important public policies, such as allowing entrepreneurs a fair opportunity to compete and safeguarding the interests of consumers in the marketplace.

Meissner & Tierney has considerable experience in advising its clients on a full-range of civil antitrust matters such as compliance and enforcement, distribution practices, mergers and acquisitions, pricing policies, state antitrust laws and unfair competition/trade practices.  We combine our vast knowledge of antitrust law with our litigation experience to arrive at the best possible outcomes for clients seeking to minimize or eliminate antitrust challenges.