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Local Government Practices And The Antitrust Merits, Mark R. Lee Jul 1985

Local Government Practices And The Antitrust Merits, Mark R. Lee

University of Miami Law Review

No abstract provided.


Ncaa V. Board Of Regents: Supreme Court Intercepts Per Se Rule And Rule Of Reason, Peter W. Bellas May 1985

Ncaa V. Board Of Regents: Supreme Court Intercepts Per Se Rule And Rule Of Reason, Peter W. Bellas

University of Miami Law Review

No abstract provided.


Vertical Restraints After Monsanto , George A. Hay Mar 1985

Vertical Restraints After Monsanto , George A. Hay

Cornell Law Review

No abstract provided.


Pennsylvania's Antibid-Rigging Act: A First Step Towards An Antitrust Law Or The Only Step, Ellen F. Kandell Jan 1985

Pennsylvania's Antibid-Rigging Act: A First Step Towards An Antitrust Law Or The Only Step, Ellen F. Kandell

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Long Awaited Death Knell Of The Intra-Enterprise Doctrine, James M. Steinberg Jan 1985

The Long Awaited Death Knell Of The Intra-Enterprise Doctrine, James M. Steinberg

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Antitrust - Repudiation Of The Intraenterprise Conspiracy Doctrine - Copperweld Corp. V. Independence Tube Corp., Ellen M. Gregg Jan 1985

Antitrust - Repudiation Of The Intraenterprise Conspiracy Doctrine - Copperweld Corp. V. Independence Tube Corp., Ellen M. Gregg

Campbell Law Review

The purpose of this Note is to examine the effects of the Copperweld holding on antitrust regulation and enforcement. The Note traces the development of the intraenterprise conspiracy doctrine and assesses its impact on past antitrust actions. It also addresses the question of whether the repudiation of the intraenterprise conspiracy doctrine will weaken antitrust enforcement in the corporate arena. The Copperweld Court concludes that its decision will not cripple antitrust enforcement due to the existence of other policing measures. The Note will suggest, however, that in the Copperweld decision, the majority displayed an alarming willingness to elevate form over substance ...


Section 1972: Augmenting The Available Remedies For Plaintiffs Injured By Anticompetitive Bank Conduct, Joseph C. Chapelle Jan 1985

Section 1972: Augmenting The Available Remedies For Plaintiffs Injured By Anticompetitive Bank Conduct, Joseph C. Chapelle

Notre Dame Law Review

No abstract provided.


Predatory Pricing Theory Applied: The Case Of Supermarkets Vs. Warehouse Stores, Richard Craswell, Mark R. Fratrik Jan 1985

Predatory Pricing Theory Applied: The Case Of Supermarkets Vs. Warehouse Stores, Richard Craswell, Mark R. Fratrik

Case Western Reserve Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Shifting Vocabulary Of Antitrust--Legal Linguistics In A Period Of Change, Betty Bock Jan 1985

The Shifting Vocabulary Of Antitrust--Legal Linguistics In A Period Of Change, Betty Bock

Case Western Reserve Law Review

No abstract provided.


Section 7 Of The Clayton Act And The Pursuit Of Economic Objectivity: Is There Any Role For Social And Political Values In Merger Policy, Wesley A. Cann Jan 1985

Section 7 Of The Clayton Act And The Pursuit Of Economic Objectivity: Is There Any Role For Social And Political Values In Merger Policy, Wesley A. Cann

Notre Dame Law Review

No abstract provided.


Jurisdiction Under The Sherman Act: A Close Look At The Affects Test, Jeffrey M. Thompson Jan 1985

Jurisdiction Under The Sherman Act: A Close Look At The Affects Test, Jeffrey M. Thompson

Notre Dame Law Review

No abstract provided.


Application Of The Antitrust Laws To The Activities Of Insurance Companies: Heavier Risks, Expanded Coverage, And Greater Liability, Joseph Bauer, Earl W. Kintner, Michael J. Allen Jan 1985

Application Of The Antitrust Laws To The Activities Of Insurance Companies: Heavier Risks, Expanded Coverage, And Greater Liability, Joseph Bauer, Earl W. Kintner, Michael J. Allen

Journal Articles

Since 1945 Congress has exempted certain activities of insurance companies from federal antitrust scrutiny. This exemption, provided by the McCarran-Ferguson Act, is not unqualified; it only applies to insurance company activities that constitute the "business of insurance" and that already are regulated under state law. Moreover, the exemption does not apply to activities that involve boycotts, coercion, or intimidation. The purpose of this exemption was to preserve the long tradition of state regulation of insurance, while providing federal remedies for coercive anticompetitive activities. The authors examine recent Supreme Court interpretations of the Act in light of this legislative policy and ...


Tracking Boulder: The Potential Antitrust Vulnerability Of A City For Enacting A Rent Control Ordinance, Vanessa Wells Jan 1985

Tracking Boulder: The Potential Antitrust Vulnerability Of A City For Enacting A Rent Control Ordinance, Vanessa Wells

Santa Clara Law Review

No abstract provided.