32) Where the Clayton Act
directly states a tying arrangement is unlawful in its statutory language, (33) the Sherman Act does not, but regulates tying by analyzing the tie's effect on competition.
In short, the court determined that the character of treble damages under [section] 4 of the Clayton Act
was not persuasive in determining the character of treble damages under civil RICO.
While Section 6 of the Clayton Act
was a step in the right direction for farmer marketing associations, it fell short of providing necessary protection for a couple of reasons:
Instead of proceeding under the Clayton Act
, the FCC maintains that its "jurisdiction under the Communications Act is sufficient to address all questions regarding the competitive effects of the proposed transfer.
of the Clayton Act
makes it unlawful to engage in exclusive dealing for
There can be little doubt that such was the intent of Congress when it adopted section 3 of the Clayton Act
specifically targeting tying arrangements.
45) Shortly after that, Congress passed the Clayton Act
This article explores what FDUTPA adds to civil antitrust enforcement for Florida plaintiffs beyond the coverages of, and remedies available under, the other federal antitrust statutes (Sherman Act, Clayton Act
, and amendments) and the Florida Antitrust Act (FAA).
The Robinson-Patman Act traces its history to 1914 when a section of the Clayton Act
, which would evolve into the Federal Trade Commission Act, became the first federal statute prohibiting certain forms of price discrimination.
The Clayton Act
of 1914 focuses specifically on situations in which two competitors in the same field of supply merge.
Laws addressed in this course include the Sherman Antitrust Act, the Clayton Act
, The Robinson-Patman Act and the Federal Trade Commission Act.
Due to alleged abuses in these early mergers, Washington passed the Sherman Act (1890) and the Clayton Act
(1914) and created the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in 1914.