Oklahoma Antitrust Laws

The Oklahoma Antirust Reform Act addresses antritrust violations in Oklahoma.  Private action is permissible under 79 Okl. St. § 205(A).  Additionally, the Attorney General can bring an action on behalf of the private person.  Period of limitation is four years under 79 Okl. St. § 205(C).  Attorney fees is allowed under 79 Okl. St. § 205(A). 

79 Okl. St. § 205 reads in part:

Ҥ 205

    A. 1. Any person who is injured in his or her business or property by a violation of this act, may obtain appropriate injunctive or other equitable relief and monetary damages and shall recover threefold the damages sustained, and the cost of suit, including a reasonable attorney fee. The Attorney General may bring an action in the name of the state, as parens patriae on behalf of natural persons residing in the state for appropriate injunctive or other equitable relief and to secure monetary damages for injury sustained by such natural persons to their business or property by reason of any violation of this act. The court shall exclude from the amount of the monetary damages awarded in such action any amount of monetary damages:
 
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   C. Any action to recover damages under this section is barred unless commenced within four (4) years after the claim accrued or was discovered, whichever is later.”


Inside Oklahoma Antitrust Laws