Antitrust litigation is often large, complex, and extremely costly, so companies often think they must engage a large, expensive firm for a favorable result.
Palmersheim & Mathew clients know better.
Our extensive experience representing corporate clients in antitrust litigation translates into representation requiring fewer attorneys and far less time and expense than companies see with slower-moving big law firms.
As one of the few boutique firms with the experience and capability to handle antitrust claims, we know our way around this complex arena. In addition to successfully defending clients against claims of price-fixing, monopolization, discriminatory pricing, and other antitrust violations, we represent corporate clients as plaintiffs in high-profile antitrust litigation nationwide.
We routinely advise clients on compliance with regulations and best practices for avoiding antitrust litigation — such as dealing with competitors, agreements with customers and distributors, and compliance with the Robinson-Patman Act.
Our attorneys have handled complex, high-stakes matters from defending a technology company accused of monopolizing the market for anti-shoplifting technology to representing well-recognized consumer goods companies in price-fixing and market allocation claims against some of the world’s largest banks.