A 1812 (see companion bill S 933) – New York

Status: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2021
Link: https://www.nysenate.gov/legislation/bills/2021/A1812

Twenty-First Century Anti-Trust Act: Relates to actions or practices that establish or maintain a monopoly, monopsony or restraint of trade; authorizes a class action lawsuit in the state anti-trust law. To specify that any actions or practices which attempt to establish a monopoly or monopsony are illegal and void; to make unlawful that persons in a dominant position in the conduct of any business, trade, or commerce, in any labor market, abuse that dominant position; to establish premerger notification requirements; and allow recoverable damages to be recovered in any action which a court may authorize as a class action.

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