The First Recorded Antitrust Trial?

Posted by Social Science Research Network

By Orestis Colotas Anastadiades

THE FIRST RECORDED ANTITRUST TRIAL?

If greed is as old as human existence, then antitrust must be as well. There are no records of antitrust laws on Neanderthal cave paintings (or any that we’ve interpreted as such, at least), but the earliest documentation of an antitrust trial is much older than what one would maybe guess. The first written example of an antitrust case is described by an ancient Greek orator named Lysias.
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