Portland, Maine Antitrust Attorneys

Compare 8 attorneys and 5 law firms in Portland, ME. Sort by highest rating and years of antitrust experience.

John Paterson

Portland antitrust attorney at Bernstein Shur Sawyer and Nelson PA? with 48 years experience

(207) 774-1200

100 Middle Street, Portland, ME 04104

Michael Nelson

Portland antitrust attorney at Jensen Baird Gardner and Henry with 43 years experience

(207) 775-7271

Ten Free Street, Portland, ME 04112

Jeffrey White

Portland antitrust attorney at Pierce Atwood with 43 years experience

(207) 791-1100

One Monument Square, Portland, ME 04101

John Rich

Portland antitrust attorney at Perkins Thompson with 36 years experience

(207) 774-2635

1 Canal Plaza, 9th Floor, Portland, ME 04112

William Worden

Portland antitrust attorney at Pierce Atwood with 26 years experience

(207) 791-1100

One Monument Square, Portland, ME 04101

Margaret O'Keefe

Portland antitrust attorney at Pierce Atwood with 24 years experience

(207) 791-1100

One Monument Square, Portland, ME 04101

Nicholas Mahoney

Portland antitrust attorney at Thompson Bull Furey Bass and MacColl with 23 years experience

(207) 774-7600

120 Exchange Street, 6th Floor, Portland, ME 04101

Stephen Wilson

Portland antitrust attorney at Perkins Thompson with 20 years experience

(207) 774-2635

1 Canal Plaza, 9th Floor, Portland, ME 04112

Need help with an antitrust matter?

Antitrust attorneys represent businesses or consumers who are a victim of unfair competition or an unfair business practice. This includes collusion, price fixing, monopoly or a contract that restricts business unfairly. While there are state laws that protect against unfair trade, the federal government, including the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), is the primary protector of fair trade. An experienced antitrust attorney will review your case and determine whether you have been harmed by unfair business practices.

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