antitrust laws


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antitrust laws

A group of laws intended to prevent practices that tend to restrict competition such as price fixing and the formation of monopolies.
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or the language used in the holdings." (147) Looking to the text of those opinions, the court reasoned that the exemption cannot be limited to the reserve clause because the Court never referenced the reserve clause in Federal Baseball or Toolson, and the Court's reference to the reserve clause in Flood was due to it being the only alleged conduct that violated antitrust laws. (148)
The FTC and the Department of Justice are the enforcers of antitrust laws in the United States.
which partially suspended the enforcement of the antitrust laws. (48)
To avoid potential risks and pitfalls, business owners should consider the possible application of traditional antitrust laws and concepts to this emerging technology.
This casebook for law students begins with an outline of the framework of legal issues raised by basic antitrust economics, followed by an overview of US antitrust laws and remedial structure.
Bard for violating United States antitrust laws with its practice of illegally tying tip location system sales to its line of peripherally inserted central catheters.
(NYSE: KEYS) has received clearance under the antitrust laws of Russia for the acquisition of California, US-based data technology company Ixia (NASDAQ: XXIA) in a USD 1.6bn all-cash transaction, the company said.
The purpose of the Guidance is to help educate and inform HR professionals, as well as in-house counsel and compliance personnel, so they can implement safeguards to ensure that their companies' hiring and compensation practices comply with the antitrust laws.
917, 917 (1987) (discussing current problems regarding antitrust laws).
* The Commission will be guided by the public policy underlying the antitrust laws, namely, the promotion of consumer welfare;