Violations of the law are not limited to physical injury and may include emotional, economic[note 3] or reputational violations, as well as violations of privacy, property, or constitutional rights. The cakes cover topics as varied as car accidents, improper detention, defamation, product liability, copyright infringement and pollution (toxic offenses). Modern anti-cartel legislation has somewhat disappeared. However, in the United States, private parties are permitted, in certain circumstances, to bring a lawsuit for anti-competitive practices, including under federal or state laws, or on the basis of unlawful interventions under the common law, which may be based on the (second) reformulation of Torts § 766. [33] Federal laws include the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890, followed by the Clayton Antitrust Act, which limits agreements and regulates mergers and acquisitions by the Federal Trade Commission. . . .

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