What is antitrust law? Antitrust law is actually anti-anti-competition law. These laws have outlawed combinations or contracts which restrain trade [result in restraint of trade]. An example would be competitors who conspire or agree to fix prices. Fixing prices is anti-competition. Fixing prices interferes with or restrains trade and competition. The law also outlaws monopoly and provides for remedies which break up monopolies.

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