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What Is Unfair Competition?
Unfair competition describes a specific area of consumer protection law focused on the deceptive and wrongdoing of businesses. These laws were designed to protect individuals - as well as other businesses - from greedy or unscrupulous practices. Typically, unfair competition does not focus on antitrust laws, but for the sake of simplicity and thoroughness, it will also be covered below.
Antitrust and Trade Regulation
- What Is Antitrust Law?
- What Is an Antitrust Violation?
- The Three Main Antitrust / Trade Regulation Laws
- Why Is The Cartwright Act Important?
- Clayton Act of 1914
- Federal Trade Commission Act
- What Constitutes False Advertising?
- What is the Federal Trade Commission?
- Federal Unfair Competition Laws
- How Can I Avoid False Online Advertising?
- Franchise Fraud
Unfair Competition Lawsuits
- What Is Unfair Competition?
- What Warrants An Unfair Competition Lawsuit?
- Sherman Antitrust Act
- Robinson-Patman Act
- What is an Exclusive Dealing Contract?
Seeking Legal Advice
Unfair competition is a complicated and expansive compilation of state and federal laws. If you believe you have been taken advantage of or harmed by a business, contacting a local consumer protection attorney is a good first step in the right direction. A lawyer will be able to explain to you the law as applied to your case, and let you know what options you have.
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Last Modified: 07-10-2014 07:00 PM PDT
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