Collaboration and Pricing in the U.S. During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Antitrust and Consumer Protection Considerations

Corporate Compliance Insights

01 Apr 2020

Lisa Phelan, Megan Gerking, and Eric Olson authored an article for Corporate Compliance Insights that discusses how businesses can avoid violating antitrust laws while collaborating to insure industry-wide response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Collaboration and cooperation among businesses – even competitors – in various forms may be necessary and beneficial for the greater good in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic,” the authors wrote. “While businesses must remember that antitrust and competition laws continue to apply, antitrust laws should not prevent meaningful cooperation aimed at treating and addressing this crisis.”

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