New York City Antitrust Violations
Antitrust laws at the state and federal levels are designed to prevent franchisors, suppliers and other companies with significant “market power” from engaging in anti-competitive conduct that is harmful to consumers. However, in many cases, franchisors’ and suppliers’ anti-competitive practices are also harmful to franchisees, and these laws frequently give franchisees a private right of action to pursue legal remedies for antitrust violations.
Antitrust matters tend to involve intricate, high-complex legal issues with substantial financial implications. As a result, if you believe that your New York City franchise is being harmed by anti-competitive conduct, you need a lawyer who has significant experience dealing with these types of issues specifically within the context of the franchise relationship. Having spent the past three decades exclusively representing franchisees and dealers, attorney Jeffrey M. Goldstein offers a wealth of experience and insights for franchise-related antitrust disputes, and he is a proven litigator with a long track record of obtaining successful results for his clients.
Speak with New York City Antitrust Lawyer Jeffrey M. Goldstein
If you believe that your franchisor may be engaging in anti-competitive conduct that is harming your franchise, we encourage you to contact us for a free, no-obligation. To speak with attorney Jeffrey M. Goldstein in confidence, please call (202) 293-3947 or tell us about your situation online today.