Preparing For Possible Calif. Criminal Antitrust Enforcement

By Dylan Ballard and Lillian Sun (March 29, 2024, 6:24 PM EDT) -- For more than a century, California's principal antitrust statute, the Cartwright Act, has expressly authorized the California attorney general to bring criminal prosecutions for agreements that restrain trade, authorizing significant criminal fines against both corporations and individuals — as high as twice the entire gain or loss caused by the violation — and up to three years' imprisonment for individuals.[1]...

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