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  • Antitrust

    This Section administers and enforces the Connecticut Antitrust Act, and has authority to enforce major provisions of the federal antitrust laws. The Section also relies on federal and state laws to ensure the Attorney General’s overall responsibility to maintain open and competitive markets in Connecticut. Utilizing these statutes, we investigate and prosecute antitrust and other competition-related actions on behalf of consumers, businesses and governmental units. In addition, this Section provides advice and counsel on proposed legislation and various issues regarding competition policy. In the past few years, the Attorney General served as the chair of the Antitrust Committee of the National Association of Attorneys General and remains active within that organization.

  • Antitrust Resources

    Information on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law, American Antitrust Institute and other helpful Links.

  • Cannabis Notices of Material Change Filing

    The Antitrust Section reviews the Notices of Material Change filed prior to any material change to a cannabis establishment per Conn. Gen. Stat. § 21a-422k.

  • Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

    Includes information on antitrust laws, what is price fixing, what to do if an antitrust violation has occurred, etc.

  • Model Antitrust Compliance Program

    An Antitrust Compliance resource for small/medium size businesses in Connecticut

  • Notices of Material Change and Healthcare Filings

    The Antitrust Section reviews the Notices of Material Change filed prior to any material change in physician group practices, per Conn. Gen. Stat. § 19a-486i(c). Providers are also required to file annual Hospital Affiliation Reports and Annual Group Practice Reports, per Conn. Gen. Stat. §§ 19a-486i (g), (h), and (i).

  • Price Fixing - Bid Rigging Antitrust Primer (PDF-91KB)

    Price Fixing & Bid Rigging (September 2011)- It Can Happen in Connecticut. What are the violations and what to look for - an Antitrust primer for procurement professionals. This primer is designed primarily for public or private purchasing professionals. It contains an overview of the federal and state antitrust laws and the penalties that may be imposed for their violation.