Definitions for "Antitrust law"
a means of intended to maintain and preserve business competition. Laws in the USA view economic competition as a condition in which fair prices can be determined through market forces without the interference from interests that would control them for private gain. Lawsuits brought against alleged violators of antitrust laws are called antitrust suits. definition of antitrust suits defined anti trust suit defined antitrust suit defined definition of antitrust defined antitrust laws defined antitrust laws defined
law intended to promote free competition in the market place by outlawing monopolies
The body of law that regulates and prohibits certain kinds of market behavior, such as monopoly and monopolistic practices. (p. 372)