Is an Anticompetitive Contract Clause an Ancillary Restraint that will survive Antitrust Scrutiny?

by Jarod Bona
As a regular reader of The Antitrust Attorney Blog, you understand that setting prices or allocating markets with your competitor is a terrible idea. Doing so is likely to lead to civil litigation and perhaps even criminal penalties. Price fixing and market allocation agreements are per se antitrust violations. That means they are the worst of the worst of anticompetitive conduct.Read the full article