Antitrust cases are almost invariably complicated business disputes, the consequences of which can be devastating to the litigants if not handled correctly. Such cases require knowledge of not only ever-changing and involved legal principles, but also practical knowledge of how businesses operate in a competitive environment. We have that knowledge and use it to advise our clients on how they can protect themselves when made the subject of a government investigation or civil suit or when victimized by the illegal conduct of competitors.
Pullman & Comley's litigation attorneys are well-versed in the applicable state and federal laws that govern business operations, including the statutes and regulations that govern the issuance of stock by both private and public companies; the rules that define what two or more companies can and cannot do together; and the trade practices that give rise to liability for unfair competition. Whether the case is a shareholder derivative suit, a class action, or an antitrust or unfair competition claim brought by a customer or competitor, and whether it is filed in state or federal court, we can assist.