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The court agreed with Sheraton and ruled that Sheraton was entitled to judgment on the Robinson-Patman Act claim.
Most "apply less demanding liability tests than those developed by the federal courts in adjudicating predatory pricing claims under the Sherman Act and the Robinson-Patman Act.
Over thirty states have adopted analogues to the Robinson-Patman Act which prohibit predatory sales below cost.
held that "a private cause of action does not lie for practices forbidden only by [sections] 3 of the Robinson-Patman Act.
Finally, although section 13a of the Robinson-Patman Act is still
the Sherman Act, and several track the Clayton and Robinson-Patman Acts.
The Robinson-Patman Act contains a cost justification defense.
discrimination appear more applicable, the Robinson-Patman Act neither
Following The Antitrust Paradox, the Robinson-Patman Act has shriveled as law.
Engle (1936) is credited with the publication of one of the first marketing law articles in 1936 concerning the impact of the Robinson-Patman Act on marketing.
Chapters also cover customer and territorial restraints, trying arrangements, exclusive dealing and incentives to induce exclusive dealing, and price discrimination and the Robinson-Patman Act.
The Robinson-Patman Act, (12) for example, is intended explicitly to deter some forms of price discrimination.