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The Clayton Act is a [[federal law]]
which is an amendment to the [[Sherman Act]] which strengthened [[antitrust]] laws against anticompetitive and unfair trade practices.
Section 4 of the Clayton Act establishes treble (triple) damages for victorious [[plaintiff]]s, making [[antitrust]] lawsuits very attractive for plaintiffs. Juries are typically not told that their award of damages will be trebled.