Across the nation, Munck Wilson Mandala’s litigation team has deployed a successful team of litigators to represents clients in antitrust and unfair competition litigation. Clients rely on our experience and knowledge of antitrust laws, including The Clayton Act, the Sherman Antitrust Act, and the Federal Trade Commission Act to protect them. We have the skills and resources to quickly and aggressively pursue violators or to defend our clients against antitrust or unfair competition claims.
Antitrust laws are designed to protect the free market and compensate those who are harmed by unfair competition. Munck Wilson Mandala has successfully managed numerous antitrust and unfair competition cases in various industries on behalf of our clients. Our attorneys have experience with the legal dynamics unique to antitrust law and we bring extensive industry experience dealing with antitrust, consumer fraud, RICO claims, product liability, securities fraud, and other related cases.
Clients regularly call on us for guidance in this complex area – where federal law offers limited protection, state laws vary, and the law is constantly changing both from legislative action and court decisions.
Recognizing the damage caused when claims of unfair competition arise, we are aggressive in defending you against such allegations, including trade secret misappropriation, breaches of restrictive covenants, breaches of fiduciary duty, employee raiding, tortious interference with business relations and contracts, unfair competition, violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and similar claims.
Because we bring years of technology experience to each matter, we are particularly well-suited to understand – and explain to the judge or jury – the complex technical issues involved in antitrust litigation. Working with Fortune 100 global enterprises as well as venture-backed start-up companies, our attorneys have expertise in virtually every significant industry sector, including technology, media, healthcare, services, transportation, and manufacturing.