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Alaska Business Laws

A wide array of laws and regulations are meant to both encourage and reign in business operations, with the goal of growing the economy while keeping everyone relatively honest. FindLaw's section on Alaska business laws covers antitrust laws, deceptive trade practice laws, interest rate laws, and statutes prohibiting pyramid and Ponzi schemes. Alaska's Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Act specifies 57 acts that are considered illegal, including false representation and causing the likelihood of confusion with another business, while the state's antitrust law identifies illegal acts such as acquiring assets in another business in order create a monopoly and forming any kind of conspiracy in restraint of trade. Click on a link below to learn more about Alaska's business laws.

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