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Antitrust laws are designed to combat restraints of trade, monopolies and other anti-competitive behavior, including price-fixing. Pastor Law Office prosecutes antitrust cases on behalf of consumers and businesses injured by unfair trade practices and anti-competitive conduct such as price-fixing, market allocation and tying arrangements. 

With extensive experience at the state and federal level, Pastor Law Office is committed to prosecuting antitrust cases for clients to ensure that markets remain competitive so that businesses and consumers can purchase the best possible goods and services at the lowest competitive prices. Our attorneys have extensive backgrounds in complex antitrust litigation. Together, we achieve results!

If you believe that you are a victim of anti-competitive behavior, or if you want more information about an antitrust case, please inquire about a free evaluation so we can promptly review and discuss your case. You can also use our class action checklist as a helpful guide.

One of the many success stories that we have involves antitrust actions against Netflix:

Case Highlight:  Miscioscia v. Netflix

Summary:  Antitrust action on behalf of a class of Netflix subscribers, alleging an unlawful agreement between Netflix and Wal-Mart to divide the market for DVD sales and online DVD rentals in the U.S.

Result:   A settlement has been reached with Wal-Mart, creating a settlement fund of $27 million, from which the claims of class members can be satisfied. The settlement provides for gift cards (or cash payments in the same amounts), at class members’ election. The court has approved the settlement, and class members who objected to the settlement have appealed the final approval order. The appeal of the settlement approval order is pending.

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