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antitrust practice

Peiffer Wolf Carr & Kane represents businesses and consumers in class action lawsuits against corporations and large financial industry companies around the world that engage in anti-competitive practices such as price fixing, market manipulation, market division, bid rigging, and unfair competition.  When corporations conspire to fix prices, rig markets, divide markets or seek improper competitive advantages, they increase their profits at the expense of consumers and other businesses that try to compete fairly. Such corporations also violate the antitrust and unfair competition laws designed to ensure that businesses fairly compete with each other in our market economy.

We seek to hold corporations that engage in anticompetitive behavior liable to the consumers and fair competitors they victimize. Federal and state laws prohibit anticompetitive conduct and unfair business practices that harm fair competitors and consumers, drive up prices, and distort markets. Examples of such anticompetitive, unlawful practices include: price fixing; market manipulation; bid rigging; market (or territory) division; unfair competition.

We aggressively prosecute anticompetitive practices in a wide range of industries, from finance, commodities and precious metals to medical products and oil and gas. We litigate antitrust cases against some of the largest companies in the world.

Antitrust Practice in the news

Farmers Say Don’t Kill Monsanto Antitrust Claims In MDL

American Chemicals & Equipment Inc. 401(K) Retirement Plan v. Principal Management Corporation


Yes. Please call us or use our contact form to request a Free Case Evaluation. We have a national team of attorneys and staff who look forward to speaking with you.

Typically, we represent clients on contingency fee agreements. If we take your case under a contingency fee arrangement, you won’t owe our firm any legal fees unless we are able to recover money for you.

Our contingency fee agreements are usually based on a percentage of the amount we recover for our clients. The contingency fee amount is determined by the type of case, our estimate of how long it will take to resolve your case, and our estimate of the litigation costs we will advance in your case. Each engagement agreement includes the details of the fee arrangement. Questions about our fee agreements are welcomed and encouraged.

In most litigation matters, it is extremely difficult – practically impossible – to predict how long it will take to resolve a particular case. Every case is different, and we will do our best to provide you with an estimate based on your case and our experience with similar cases. Moreover, we will do our best to keep you updated and manage expectations along the way.


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Practice Chairs
Attorney Joe Peiffer
Founding Partner