Utah Business Laws
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Welcome to FindLaw's section covering the business-related laws and regulations of Utah, with authoritative and legalese-free explanations of laws that keep businesses in checks while protecting consumers and employees. In this section, you will find information about Utah's antitrust law, which prevents certain business combinations and mergers in the interest of promoting competition, in addition to the state's law prohibiting deceptive trade practices such as false advertising. In addition, you'll learn about wage and hour laws, including overtime and meal break periods; limits on the amount of interest a lender may charge; and the law concerning Ponzi and pyramid schemes. Click on a link below to learn more about Utah business laws.
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