Competition Law

In the United States, anti-competitive behavior, such as price-fixing, market allocation, and bid rigging, have long been considered illegal. The laws prohibiting such conduct seek to ensure that our markets operate by rules of fair play, free of collusion and manipulation. Those injured by such anti-competitive practices, have long been able to recover for their injuries here in the United States.

The principles that underlie the prohibitions on anti-competitive behavior in the United States are not confined to its borders. As trade becomes more global, and the world becomes more interconnected, the abilities of victims to recover for violations of competition law throughout the world have increased as well. Victims of competition law violations outside of the United States, have the ability to recover for their injuries in U.S. courts, and also, outside of the U.S. under non-U.S. law.

For nearly 35 years, Kaplan Fox has been a leader in representing those injured by violations of competition law, recovering billions for their clients. Chosen regularly by Courts to act as lead or co-lead counsel, we are widely recognized for our effective handling of competition/antitrust actions. Kaplan Fox’s competition law practice has also evolved in order to keep pace with the development of globalization. Kaplan Fox clients include businesses throughout the world.

Kaplan Fox has been involved in some of the largest and most important antitrust litigations in history, collectively recovering over $1 billion for those injured by antitrust violations. Amongst our significant achievements are In re High Fructose Corn Syrup Antitrust Litigation, In re Flat Glass Antitrust Litigation and In re Hydrogen Peroxide Antitrust Litigation. Kaplan Fox attorneys have also litigated issues in these cases which resulted in changes in the law.