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Antitrust laws protect the public by preserving and nurturing the economic advantages inherent in free-market competition. Calcaterra Law’s antitrust practice works to ensure that these protections are being enforced at both the state and federal level, increasing recoveries for consumers and businesses that have been harmed by anti-competitive practices while encouraging the adoption of remedies intended to discourage future violations. Antitrust violations can include monopolization, price-fixing and manipulation, and other anti-competitive practices. Calcaterra Law’s antitrust related matters include In re Mexican Government Bonds Antitrust Litigationa class action settlement opt-out against Visa and MasterCard, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, et al. v. Visa U.S.A., Inc., et al. and representing a large New York County in multi-district litigation concerning alleged price-fixing of generic drug prices, County of Suffolk v. Acatvis Holdco US, Inc., et al.