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But, it also states that "[although tying arrangements may result in anticompetitive effects, such arrangements can .
Tying arrangements are frequently analyzed under a rule of reason standard instead of the strict per se standard, and the favorable decision in this case depended heavily on the hospital's relatively small market power.
3) Regulation soon progressed to other areas, including territorial divisions, attempts at monopolization, and tying arrangements to name a few.
Their topics include the economics of antitrust enforcement; facilitating practices and concerted action under Section 1 of the Sherman Act; the law of group boycotts and related economic considerations; the economics of monopoly power in antitrust; the law and economics of monopolization standards; the law and economics of predatory pricing; the essential facilities doctrine; antitrust analysis of tying arrangements and exclusive dealing; vertical restraints, competition, and the rule of reason; market concentrations in the antitrust analysis of horizontal mergers, and patent litigation, licensing, non-obviousness, and antitrust.
NTCA has filed comments with the FCC seeking to break up forced bundling and tying arrangements.
In addition to their effects on price, tying arrangements may also
The present study thus was intended to assess how much consumers know about the legal obligations of funeral providers in four primary areas: price disclosures, special fees, tying arrangements, and various requirements regarding disposition of the body.
A number of alternative theories currently exist to explain the use of tying arrangements in general.
79) In many instances, such tying arrangements may be harmless because both products are readily available without a tie from other sources.
The section on "Tie-In Considerations of the BHC Act" has been revised to incorporate an August 18, 2003, Board interpretation and a February 2, 2004, Board staff interpretation on tying arrangements pertaining to section 106 of the Bank Holding Company Act Amendments of 1970 (section 106).
Taglined "antitrust law and policy in a global market," the letter is designed to alert readers to new opportunities and pitfalls in such areas as Joint ventures, cooperation agreements, technology transfer, tying arrangements, abuse of power and price discrimination.
Concerns were expressed over eroding credit quality, taxpayers who would have to bail out failing banks and the general evils of tying arrangements.