Antitrust 2022-02-01T04:08:44+00:00


Wolf Haldenstein is a proven leader in antitrust litigation.  Our Firm represents consumers as well as small and mid-sized businesses that have been harmed by anti-competitive practices.  Wolf Haldenstein has recovered more than $2 billion for clients through antitrust litigation.

Competition encourages lower prices, product improvement, and corporate efficiency. Consumers and businesses gain from these economic benefits, which are an inherent aspect of the American free-market system.  Antitrust laws are designed to protect the public by preserving and nurturing these economic advantages.  Our attorneys work to ensure that these protections are being enforced at both the state and federal level, increasing recoveries for our clients and discouraging further violations by bad actors.

Wolf Haldenstein has been recognized by courts throughout the United States as highly experienced in antitrust litigation. Our Firm has served as lead or co-lead counsel in many large, complex cases. We represent direct and indirect purchasers in cases involving monopolization, bid-rigging, price-fixing and manipulation, output reduction, dealing irregularities, and other anti-competitive practices.

Our wide-ranging expertise in antitrust law has enabled our Firm to achieve recoveries and bring litigation across a very diverse range of industries.  Our cases have involved electronics; baby and household products; entertainment and airline services; agricultural and food products; healthcare services; pharmaceuticals; securities and investment vehicles; industrial parts, chemicals and supplies; credit card providers; personal care products; and commodities markets.

Wolf Haldenstein’s Antitrust practice is fully supported by the Firm’s Consumer and Investor Protection practice groups, combining our knowledge and experience in complex class actions, jury trials, corporate investigations, false claims, and unfair practices to protect consumers and businesses from price inflation and other conduct that impairs competition.

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