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For executives at publicly-traded corporations, earnings calls are routine business events. In the world of antitrust law, however, statements made on earnings calls can provide fodder for plaintiffs to claim that instead of providing information to investors and the public, the purpose of the statement was to invite competitors to unlawfully collude. This article explores the antitrust implications of earnings call statements and provides guidelines to minimize antitrust risk.

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