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Tips for ensuring you are compliant with federal price discrimination laws

This guide provides information intended to provide sellers of products with ways to reduce the risk of being sued for price discrimination under the federal antitrust laws, specfically the Robinson Patman Act. The guide doesn't cover every aspect of the law, only a few

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There are many online sites that provide detailed information concerning this law. However, these cases are highly fact-specific, and general guidance is never as effective as getting an experienced price discrimination lawyer to review a pricing strategy before it is implemented. The Federal Trade Commission provides a good, short summary of the law. Many law firm sites address more specific aspects of the law, especially if an important development has occurred.

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