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We Welcome Your Questions

We encourage you to suggest a topic or ask a question of the legal staff of the Ohio Attorney General’s Antitrust Section. 

12/1/2015

Need a Speaker?

The Ohio Attorney General’s Antitrust Section has attorneys and investigators available to present your group with a lively presentation that educates participants on the basics of antitrust law, giving real life examples of vendor misconduct impacting Ohio public purchasers.

12/1/2015

We’re Looking for Partners to Keep Competition Healthy!

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s Partnership for Competitive Purchasing takes a proactive approach to bid-rigging detection.  

12/1/2015

The Informed Purchaser: Defining Metadata

Occasionally, you may encounter certain terms or concepts used in conjunction with antitrust issues, competition, and schemes to exploit purchasers. 

12/1/2015

Red Flag Series No. 2: Physical Clues in Bid Packages Indicating Possible Vendor Collusion

In this edition of “Competition Matters” we feature the second installment of our “Red Flag” series of articles with tips on spotting possible vendor collusion. 

12/1/2015

New Feature: Competition Matters Red Flag Series

Procurement professionals purchase goods and services based on many factors, including quality, service, and price. 

10/1/2015

The Informed Purchaser: Defining Collusion

Occasionally, you may encounter terms or concepts unique to antitrust issues, competition, and schemes to exploit purchasers. 

10/1/2015

Rock Salt Case Settlement Update

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced that his office is sending checks to 850 Ohio public entities as part of the Attorney General’s $11.5 million settlement to resolve an antitrust lawsuit against Cargill Inc. and Morton Salt Inc. over past rock salt prices.

10/1/2015

Get Free Help Identifying Collusion

Attorney General DeWine’s Partnership for Competitive Purchasing takes a proactive approach to bid-rigging detection.

10/1/2015

Have a Question or Suggestion? Let Us Know!

We encourage you to suggest a topic or ask a question of the legal staff of the Ohio Attorney General’s Antitrust Section. 

10/1/2015
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