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Monfort Of Colorado, Inc. V. Cargill, Inc.: Standing To Enjoin Horizontal Mergers By Competing Companies, Michelle Cuervo Donaj Dec 1986

Monfort Of Colorado, Inc. V. Cargill, Inc.: Standing To Enjoin Horizontal Mergers By Competing Companies, Michelle Cuervo Donaj

University of Miami Law Review

No abstract provided.


An Economic Analysis Of Antitrust Law's Natural Monopoly Cases, John Cirace Jun 1986

An Economic Analysis Of Antitrust Law's Natural Monopoly Cases, John Cirace

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


Antitrust Immunity: The State Of State Action, W. Scott Campbell Jun 1986

Antitrust Immunity: The State Of State Action, W. Scott Campbell

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


Cost Efficiencies In The Section 7 Calculus: A Review Of The Doctrine, Andrew G. Berg Jan 1986

Cost Efficiencies In The Section 7 Calculus: A Review Of The Doctrine, Andrew G. Berg

Case Western Reserve Law Review

No abstract provided.


Professional Peer Review And The Antitrust Laws, Clark C. Havighurst Jan 1986

Professional Peer Review And The Antitrust Laws, Clark C. Havighurst

Case Western Reserve Law Review

No abstract provided.


Commentary: Professional Peer Review And The Antitrust Laws, William G. Kopit Jan 1986

Commentary: Professional Peer Review And The Antitrust Laws, William G. Kopit

Case Western Reserve Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Unrecognized Statutory Labor Exemption From Antitrust And Pension Fund Leverage And Antitrust , W. Michael Kaiser Jan 1986

The Unrecognized Statutory Labor Exemption From Antitrust And Pension Fund Leverage And Antitrust , W. Michael Kaiser

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.


Does A Monopolist Have A Duty To Deal With Its Rivals? Some Thoughts On The Aspen Skiing Case, Arthur H. Travers, Jr. Jan 1986

Does A Monopolist Have A Duty To Deal With Its Rivals? Some Thoughts On The Aspen Skiing Case, Arthur H. Travers, Jr.

Articles

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The Antitrust Division As A Regulatory Agency: An Enforcement Policy In Transition, E. Thomas Sullivan Jan 1986

The Antitrust Division As A Regulatory Agency: An Enforcement Policy In Transition, E. Thomas Sullivan

Washington University Law Review

The Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice is charged with the responsibility of challenging mergers which have a reasonable probability of substantially lessening competition or tending to create a monopoly. The thesis of this Article is that the Antitrust Division has changed from a traditional, litigation-oriented enforcement agency to a regulatory agency. The Antitrust Division, as an economic regulator, has adopted a negotiational rather than an adversarial posture. The result is an avoidance of lengthy and costly adversarial litigation in exchange for a more efficient resolution of merger issues. Section I of this Article reviews the original intention of ...


Class-Based Denials Of Hospital Staff Privileges And The Learned Professions Exemption, David M. Coffey Jan 1986

Class-Based Denials Of Hospital Staff Privileges And The Learned Professions Exemption, David M. Coffey

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Curdling The Competition: An Economic And Legal Analysis Of The Antitrust Exemption For Agriculture, David L. Baumer, Robert T. Masson, Robin Abrahamson Masson Jan 1986

Curdling The Competition: An Economic And Legal Analysis Of The Antitrust Exemption For Agriculture, David L. Baumer, Robert T. Masson, Robin Abrahamson Masson

Villanova Law Review

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Developments In Section Two Of The Sherman Act, Joseph P. Bauer Jan 1986

Developments In Section Two Of The Sherman Act, Joseph P. Bauer

Journal Articles

The issues raised in this Symposium are of great interest and timeliness. During the 1940s and 1950s, the Supreme Court explored the role of Section 2 of the Sherman Act as an essential element in the antitrust regime. As was true with antitrust generally, courts expanded the reach of Section 2, frequently concluding that the complained-of conduct constituted unlawful monopolization or attempts to monopolize, and approving injunctions forbidding the continuation of exclusionary or predatory practices and orders leading to the breakup of the monopoly itself. However, after the Grinnell decision in 1966, and the Otter Tail case almost a decade ...