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Economic Liberties Applauds the DOJ’s Antitrust Division for Prosecuting White Collar Criminal Conspiracies

April 19, 2022 — Over the past two weeks, the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division concluded three trials alleging illegal market allocation, wage fixing, and price fixing agreements, albeit with a mixed record. Today, the American Economic Liberties Project is applauding the Division for indicting corporations and their executives for non-poaching agreements and wage-fixing, which are novel but proper interpretations of the Sherman Act.

Oklahoma Shows Why It’s Time to Ban Secret Deals

April 19, 2022 — The Oklahoma state legislature is advancing a massive incentive package at the request of Gov. Kevin Stitt, which would provide tax breaks to an as-of-yet unnamed corporation. Stitt admitted publicly to signing a non-disclosure agreement which prevents him from divulging the corporation’s identity or how many jobs it has said it will create for Oklahoma workers.

SNITIS and Rethink Trade Announce Filing of New USMCA ‘Rapid Response Mechanism’ Labor Case to Fight for Mexican Workers at Reynosa Panasonic Plants Denied Legitimate Union Representation

April 18, 2022 – The Sindicato Nacional Independiente de Trabajadores de Industrias y de Servicios Movimiento 20/32 (SNITIS) and Rethink Trade have filed a United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA) Rapid Response Mechanism (RRM) labor complaint targeting Panasonic Automotive Systems de Mexico S.A. de C.V.

Economic Liberties’ Analysis Reveals Amazon is Accelerating Inflation by Steadily Hiking Prices for Consumers & Small Businesses

April 14, 2022 – An American Economic Liberties Project analysis has found that Amazon is citing inflation for multiple price hikes on consumers and merchants that are significantly exceeding the rate of inflation.

Economic Liberties Releases Model Legislation to Stop Monopoly Price Hikes

April 8, 2022 — With mounting evidence that corporate power is a key contributing factor to record-high inflation, Economic Liberties released model legislation designed to stop large corporations from illegally colluding to raise prices or keep wages down. “How Policymakers Can Stop Monopoly Price Hikes” describes the legal context that enables corporate profiteering by monopolists, and includes the specific legislative language policymakers at the state and federal levels can use to address tacit and explicit forms of price-fixing collusion.