The recent indictment of four executives involved in a long-running price-fixing scheme among broiler chicken suppliers provides an important window into how such conspiracies work and evade detection. Antitrust compliance programs have to be crafted with appropriate consideration of industry concentration and practices, attendant risks, and effective monitoring and audit programs. Broiler chickens are supplied to grocers, restaurants and cooperatives. Some fast-food restaurants participate in...
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