Collora LLP represents a variety of clients facing antitrust inquiries, investigations and enforcement actions related to antitrust laws, including both public domestic and foreign companies as well as closely held businesses. Our lawyers deal with the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice in matters involving price fixing, bid rigging, illegal boycotting and other anti-competitive allegations. We routinely litigate complex antitrust cases, and handle civil and criminal antitrust investigations before federal and state antitrust enforcement agencies.

We represent clients across a wide range of industries including health care, industrial and commercial materials and defense and aerospace, among others, in connection with the following antitrust matters:

  • Anti-Competitive Practices

  • Bid Rigging

  • Boycotting

  • Pooling

  • Price Fixing

Representative Experience

  • Represented antiques and collectibles dealer who was a target in Justice Department probe related to alleged bid rigging and pooling to control prices received for items sold at auctions. Client avoided any criminal charge or loss of license.

  • Represented owner of fishing fleet in federal court trial involving allegations of price fixing. Obtained complete acquittal in jury trial.

  • Represented Japan-based public company in federal court trial involving allegations of price fixing for certain paper products. After a six-week jury trial, our client was completely acquitted.

  • Represented clients in a number of inquiries and investigations that resulted in no charge being filed and no action taken by the government against our clients.