Clayton Antitrust Act
- A federal law enacted in 1914 to amend and extend the Sherman Act's prohibitions on actions that interfere with interstate trade
- The Clayton Antitrust Act plays a key role in maintaining fair competition in the US marketplace.
- Corporations have to be careful about mergers and acquisitions as they could potentially violate the Clayton Antitrust Act.
- Strict adherence to the Clayton Antitrust Act helps to prevent the formation of monopolies and promotes economic health.