At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:
- Describe what anti-trust laws prohibit
- Describe the importance of the Sherman Act, Clayton Act, Robinson-Patman Act and Federal Trade Commission Act as they relate to anti-trust laws
- Define bid-rigging
- Describe forms of bid rigging
- Define price-fixing
- Describe price-fixing behavior
- Summarize five common price-fixing practices
- Identify legitimate sources of competitive intelligence
- Describe anti-trust violations pertaining to competitive intelligence
- Outline off-limits information- Define “independent action”
- Define “benchmarking”
- List the seven most common types of illegal pricing and negotiation practices
- Identify when different prices for the same product are acceptable
- Recognize anti-trust violations and know how to handle them properly
- Summarize what steps are taken when cooperating in an anti-trust investigation
- Differentiate between civil penalties and per se penalties
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