Antitrust for All: A Primer for the Non-Antitrust Practitioner
01 Oct 2014
With the heavy influence of business competition principles within the legal industry, a basic understanding of antitrust law can prove to be valuable to any attorney. Recently published in The Colorado Lawyer, litigation attorney, Benjamin J. Larson discusses the central federal antitrust laws and how they guard against business behaviors that reduce competition. You can read the full article, “Antitrust for All: A Primer for the Non-Antitrust Practitioner” here.
Benjamin J. Larson advises businesses and individuals in varying markets on business issues involving antitrust, business dissolution, breach of contract, construction defect, employment law, intellectual property, business professional liability and securities claims. He can be reached at 303.628.3685 or email@example.com.
This article is intended as general information on the topic covered, and is not to be construed as legal advice. If legal advice is needed, you should consult an attorney.