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Consistent with the Sherman Antitrust Act, which protects competition in the marketplace; Demotech, Inc.
Luke's brought suit against North Oaks alleging that the trade practices it engaged in violated the Sherman Antitrust Act, 15 U.
Laws addressed in this course include the Sherman Antitrust Act, the Clayton Act, The Robinson-Patman Act and the Federal Trade Commission Act.
It also seems that these corporations are or are on the verge of violating the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890, enacted to prevent monopolies, keeping healthy competition alive to protect the consumers.
Justice Department filed a case against the major Japanese paper company, alleging an antitrust act in colluding in Japan with other companies to raise prices of thermal facsimile paper for exports.
When the government ordered the breakup of the Standard Oil company in 1911, under the Sherman Antitrust Act, La Follette celebrated: "So flagrant has been its violation of the anti-trust law that its eminent lawyers were not able to prove it even `reasonably' innocent.
W]hether a consumer-purchaser's standing to sue for price-fixing under the Florida DTPA is governed (i) by the language of the Florida DTPA, which expressly authorizes a consumer to bring an action for damages for violation of DTPA, or (ii) by a policy adopted from Illinois Brick that would bar an indirect purchaser from bringing an action under the Florida DTPA based upon a claim which is in substance an antitrust action to encourage efficient private antitrust enforcement by direct purchasers and to avoid conflict between the Florida DTPA and the Florida Antitrust Act.
There are two major antitrust statutes: the Sherman Antitrust Act and the Robinson-Patman Act.
It does now, but as Bittlingmayer shows, the Sherman Antitrust Act was used to prevent companies from making loose cartel agreements.
A century after the enactment of the Sherman Antitrust Act, we still measure relevant market share only in domestic terms.
In 1890, the Sherman Antitrust Act prohibited pools, trusts, and other business combinations deemed in restraint of trade.
The Sherman Antitrust Act, passed in 1890, prohibits agreements between competitors that interfere with free market conditions, including price fixing and bid rigging.