Adopted June 5, 2014
It’s the policy of the Colorado Roofing Association (CRA) to comply fully with all antitrust laws. CRA acknowledges that any infraction of the antitrust laws could subject member companies and/or individuals to legal penalties, including possible fines, possible imprisonment and liability for attorneys’ fees. Recognizing the above, it is the policy of the CRA, its board of directors, officers, staff, and members to strictly comply with all laws applicable to its conduct, and specifically with federal and state antitrust laws. Compliance with these laws requires obedience both to the letter and the spirit of the law.
A necessary rule of CRA’s Antitrust Compliance Policy is that no member shall enter into any understanding, agreement, plan, or scheme, whether express or implied, informal or formal, oral or written, with any competitor with respect to prices, terms or conditions of sale, output, production, distribution, territories or customers. CRA’s policy absolutely prohibits any consultation between competitors relating to prices or terms and conditions of sale.
Members should remember that antitrust compliance is important at all times whether at formal meetings such as board meetings, committee meetings, seminars, trade shows or in social settings such as our awards dinner, golf tournament, membership luncheons and sporting clay tournament, etc.
To foster the intent of operating appropriately, CRA will adhere to the following policy and will publish to its members, staff and leaders.
This statement is not intended to be a complete statement of all aspects of the antitrust laws. Members should seek legal advice if they have any questions concerning antitrust law compliance.