Criminal Anti-Trust Violations

There has been an increasing trend since the end of the 1980s with government enforcement of criminal antitrust penalties. Mr. Wilson has experience with a variety of antitrust cases ranging from representing witnesses in the course of a grand jury investigation to defense against indictments.

Mr. Wilson is in a position to assist companies with the creation of effective corporate compliance programs aimed at detecting and discouraging antitrust violations, and with the defense of allegations of:

  • price-fixing
  • bid-rigging
  • territorial and customer allocations
  • group boycotts
  • solicitations to violate the Sherman Act
  • unlawful exchanges of price information and
  • consumer fraud.