The state of New York is another that has enacted state statutes closely mirroring the Sherman Act’s prohibitions on conduct that unlawfully interferes with the free exercise of any activity in the conduct of business. New York is another of the few states whose Attorney General’s Office contains an entire separate Antitrust Division. State charges of antitrust violation may be brought alongside federal charges, and contain mostly the same elements of agreement in restraint of trade.
The Parkman White, LLP firm has vast experience in New York state and federal courts, and we have one of our headquarters located in New York City. Parkman White, LLP attorneys are experts in the field of criminal antitrust litigation and can help if you are being charged or investigated for an antitrust violation. Please contact us if you are charged in the state of New York, whether it be in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Rochester, White Plains, Syracuse, Buffalo, Utica, Albany, or anywhere in between.