Antitrust Acts

Antitrust Acts

1. See: Sherman Act.

2. See: Clayton Act.
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I don't believe the antitrust acts were passed with this in mind.
Ten soccer players, one from each team, sued MLS last month, claiming MLS violated the Sherman and Clayton Antitrust Acts in a conspiracy also involving the U.
First, according to Healy, all credit managers should be familiar with the tenants of the various antitrust acts, including the Sherman Antitrust Act, the Clayton Act and the Robinson-Patman Act.
Both practices are questionable if not downright illegal under the Clayton and the Sherman Antitrust acts.
Loveland based Total Benefits claims Anthem has violated federal antitrust acts, defamed and libeled the company, and conspired to interfere with their efforts to lower employer health care costs which have soared at double-digit rates in past years.
The principal federal antitrust acts are the Sherman Act, (1) the Clayton Act, (2) the Federal Trade Commission Act, (3) the Robinson-Patman Act, (4) and the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act.
Additionally, Soundview alleges that the Consumer Electronics Manufacturers Association has induced infringement of the patent and that the defendants have violated the federal Clayton and Sherman Antitrust Acts by engaging in collusive attempts to prevent others in the electronics and television broadcasting industries from entering into licensing agreements with Soundview Technologies.
The lawsuit, which was filed late Wednesday in United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, alleges that Hill-Rom violated both the federal Sherman and Clayton antitrust acts as well as the Texas Business and Commerce Code.