Little Sherman Act

Refers to certain antitrust laws enacted at the U.S. state level, the best known of which are New York’s Donnelly Act, New York General Business Law §340[6] and the various Cartwright Acts adopted in several states including California Bus. & Prof. Code §16720. These laws are typically analogous to §1 of the Sherman Act, and prohibit price fixing and other anti-competitive activities.

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