Nationwide Antitrust Defense: Attorney with Offices in New York and Chicago
Unfair Competition and Price Fixing Charges Accusation Defense Attorney
Individuals charged with criminal antitrust violations - such as price fixing, bid rigging and market allocation - face fines of up to $350,000 and considerable time in prison. Corporations may be liable for up to $10 million in damages. However, these are not the only risks: your business' reputation and future may also be at stake.
If you are accused of creating unfair competition, monopolies or other illegal business dealings, securing the assistance of a highly skilled and experienced criminal lawyer is of vital importance.
Contact Nishay K. Sanan today.
Criminal Antitrust Violations
Criminal antitrust laws, such as the Sherman Antitrust Act, were put in place to prevent companies from hampering competition and the free market. They control the actions of most industries, with the exception of public utilities, labor unions, etc. Antitrust laws are also understood to protect consumers' rights by allowing the open market to function without disruption.
Nishay K. Sanan, Esq. represents both individuals and corporations who are subjects or targets of investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice (Antitrust Division) or the FBI. He defends clients against the following criminal antitrust charges:
- Price fixing and price discrimination
- Tie-in sales
- Bid rigging
- Market allocation
- Monopolization/attempted monopoly
- Industry boycotts
Protecting Clients and Their Professional Reputation
Antitrust cases are large, time consuming and complex. Rest assured, Attorney Sanan will go to great lengths to protect you and your business. He has more than ten years of experience representing individuals and businesses in federal court, and is well-versed in federal antitrust laws.
Nishay K. Sanan represents clients throughout Illinois, and the United States in antitrust cases and related white collar crime cases. Contact him by calling his Chicago, or Oakbrook, Illinois offices at 312-692-0360. Initial consultations are free, although you may be asked to pay for travel expenses.