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  • legislation
  • The appearance and development of antitrust legislation was bound up with the growth of discontent among small and middle entrepreneurs, as well as among broad strata of the population increasingly oppressed by big capital and monopolies. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • In bourgeois economic and legal literature, antitrust legislation is frequently heralded as proof of the struggle waged by bourgeois states against monopolies and as a manifestation of so-called "regulated," or "people's," capitalism. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • In reality, antitrust legislation is a specific manifestation of state intervention in the economy characteristic of the era of state monopoly capitalism. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • antitrust legislation also provided for the dissolution of unlawful combinations by order of the courts. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • However, monopoly capital in the USA had no difficulty in adapting to antitrust legislation-first of all, because the laws themselves contain a number of outright exceptions preventing the application of the legal norms to capitalists engaged in export trade, the transportation system, banking, and also a whole number of branches of industry (military industry, atomic energy, and others). (thefreedictionary.com)
  • mergers
  • By a series of later laws-the Federal Trade Commission Act of 1914, the Clayton Act of 1914, and others-"dishonest trade practices," discrimination in prices, mergers of companies, and other forms of association were prohibited if they led to "substantial weakening of competition. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • application
  • Monopolies have been greatly assisted by USA courts, which by their decisions have considerably restricted the application of antitrust laws-for example, with respect to sugar, tobacco, steel, and other trusts. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • state
  • Through these laws, bourgeois states attempt to cool down antimonopolistic struggle and plant among the masses the reformist notion that state control "eliminates" the domination of monopolies in contemporary capitalist society. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • market
  • The antitrust laws adopted over the last decades are intimately bound up with the general system of measures by which bourgeois states attempt to influence market relations and forms of association of entrepreneurs. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • monopoly
  • WASHINGTON The maker of a hormone-replacement drug gained a monopoly and violated antitrust laws by paying three generic drug makers to delay release of their own versions, the Federal Trade Commission alleges in a suit. (drugstorenews.com)
  • A win for Apple could shield such companies from further monopoly claims and suits involving other alleged antitrust violations. (justia.com)
  • In reality, antitrust legislation is a specific manifestation of state intervention in the economy characteristic of the era of state monopoly capitalism. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • However, monopoly capital in the USA had no difficulty in adapting to antitrust legislation-first of all, because the laws themselves contain a number of outright exceptions preventing the application of the legal norms to capitalists engaged in export trade, the transportation system, banking, and also a whole number of branches of industry (military industry, atomic energy, and others). (thefreedictionary.com)
  • When China enacted its Anti-Monopoly Law (AML) in 2007, some called it "China's Economic Constitution," anticipating that it would serve as the statutory basis for fundamental market-based reform of China's economy. (mondaq.com)
  • He further emphasizes that a source of misunderstanding between lawers and scholars on both fields lies in the different use of the word "monopoly" in IP and antitrust law. (blogspot.com)
  • lawsuit
  • Many of the European Union's claims appear in a landmark antitrust lawsuit AMD filed against Intel in 2005 that is now in the document-swapping legal stage known as discovery. (thestar.com)
  • Specifically, the court in United States of America and State of New York v. Twin America , Civil Action No. 12-cv-8989 (ALG)(GWG) (S.D.N.Y. March 18, 2015), approved a final judgment (and competitive impact statement) settling an antitrust lawsuit. (law.com)
  • immunity
  • In FTC v. Phoebe Putney Health System, Inc ., the Supreme Court reversed the prevailing view that acquisitions by county and municipal hospitals are entitled to immunity from the antitrust laws under the "state action" doctrine. (martindale.com)
  • firms
  • Gray Plant Mooty is recognized as one of the leading corporate law firms in Minnesota and one of the top franchise firms in the world. (gpmlaw.com)
  • lawyers
  • Working with Dentons, you will have the opportunity to learn from the best lawyers in the industry at the largest law firm in the world. (dentons.com)
  • The conference, which was sponsored by the Washington College of Law at American University and the Washington Center for Equitable Growth , featured nine presentations from a series of extraordinarily-distinguished economists and lawyers. (benton.org)
  • plaintiff
  • 2d 526 (N.D. Tex. 2014), plaintiff consumers set forth "three antitrust claims which charge [hotel chains and online travel sellers (OTSs)] with [allegedly] engaging in an industry-wide conspiracy to uniformly adopt resale price maintenance agreements containing most favored nation clauses, in an effort to eliminate price competition among hotel room booking websites. (law.com)
  • violations
  • The AANS and CNS have long supported the idea that physicians should be allowed to jointly negotiate the terms and conditions of their contracts with health plans without subjecting them to per se violations of the antitrust laws. (aans.org)
  • purchasers
  • The drugmakers said their deal, settling a patent infringement suit GSK filed against Teva over its attempt to produce a generic form of the anti-seizure medication, did not run afoul of antitrust laws because, contrary to the indirect purchasers' allegations, the settlement included no 'reverse payment' from the. (law360.com)
  • federal
  • Health care antitrust explores the issues of law and public policy in applying federal antitrust law to the health care industry. (aans.org)
  • But as it turns out, the FTC did not need to rely on the narrower ground because the Court held that state legislatures must do more than merely authorize local governments to own and operate a hospital in order to exempt them from the federal antitrust laws. (martindale.com)
  • Illinois law dean and professor Vikram David Amar explains why a federal district court was correct in ruling that a California law that seeks to discourage the transfer of federal lands to private parties violates principles of federal supremacy under the Constitution. (justia.com)
  • By a series of later laws-the Federal Trade Commission Act of 1914, the Clayton Act of 1914, and others-"dishonest trade practices," discrimination in prices, mergers of companies, and other forms of association were prohibited if they led to "substantial weakening of competition. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • and violated the federal antitrust laws. (angiodynamics.com)
  • establish
  • Now he is trying to throw off the century-old approach to antitrust and, in its place, establish a more benign attitude toward big business. (csmonitor.com)
  • case
  • In fact, nothing brings that home more forcefully than the idea that an antitrust agency will need to prove its case in court against a defendant that will push back hard to poke holes in the government's view of the law, economics, and evidence. (benton.org)
  • The article, "Judge Orders St. Luke's to Give up Saltzer Medical in Antitrust Case," appeared online on January 25 and also will appear in the week's print edition. (bassberry.com)
  • The case law of the FRAND defence is put in analogy to the "essential facilities" case law in the field of antitrust law because the CJEU qualifies intellectual property merely as yet another kind of "raw material" to be processed in secondary markets. (blogspot.com)
  • These new conditions will replace the BGH Orange Book Standard in the future case-law and will be discussed in a separate post. (blogspot.com)
  • court
  • Recent examples include the Houston jury that assessed $10.5 billion in damages to Texaco last year in its dispute with Pennzoil, a series of court decisions that appear to set back the activities of corporate raiders, and a new antitakeover law in New York State. (csmonitor.com)
  • The Court recognized that "when a local governmental entity acts pursuant to a clearly articulated and affirmatively expressed state policy to displace competition, it is exempt from the antitrust laws. (martindale.com)
  • Although the acquisition was seen as helping St. Luke's fulfill the goals of healthcare reform, the court ruled the acquisition violated antitrust laws. (bassberry.com)
  • Guidance requiring class counsel to inform the Court of any changes to claims and class composition was announced by email to ECF registrants just a few minutes after a recent decision regarding approval of one of the largest recent settlements in the Northern District of California, the $576 million indirect purchaser class settlement in In re CRT Antitrust Litig , currently on appeal in the Ninth Circuit. (antitrustlawblog.com)
  • firm
  • Detailed law firm profiles have information like the firm's area of law, office location, office hours, and payment options. (findlaw.com)
  • of the law firm of Boies Schiller Flexner LLP . (angiodynamics.com)
  • Developments
  • I have been writing about Travel Law since 1977 and the last three years have been particularly exciting in terms of the developments in this expanding field of law. (law.com)
  • last
  • State attorneys general have also voiced their dismay: Last month the National Association of Attorneys General issued its own, tougher guidelines on enforcing antitrust laws concerning restraint of trade. (csmonitor.com)
  • Mr. Baldrige says that 70 percent of American products face stiff competition from imports -- a situation very different from 1950, the last time the Clayton Antitrust Act was amended. (csmonitor.com)
  • The antitrust laws adopted over the last decades are intimately bound up with the general system of measures by which bourgeois states attempt to influence market relations and forms of association of entrepreneurs. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • State
  • methods at Ohio State global Health, book enforcing antitrust against of the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center, can make you to better draw your diagnosis, rights, causes and files. (oakwoodcemetery.net)
  • guidelines
  • The House recently passed a nonbinding resolution criticizing certain Justice Department antitrust guidelines, such as in the relationship between manufacturers and distributors. (csmonitor.com)
  • the antitrust agencies' reiteration of the Horizontal Merger Guidelines is an example of their work to allow companies to conform their behavior to established standards. (benton.org)
  • world
  • Check out Law360's new podcast, Pro Say, which offers a weekly recap of both the biggest stories and hidden gems from the world of law. (law360.com)
  • competitors
  • Thomas A. Dickerson reviews recent antitrust class actions involving the travel industry brought by or against airlines, in-flight Internet providers, hotels, tour bus companies, ride-sharing companies and online travel sellers and involving various types of alleged marketing misconduct such as resale price maintenance, parallel business behavior, misleading and unfair price guarantees, elimination of competitors and unfairly raising prices, substantial market foreclosures and price fixing. (law.com)
  • companies
  • Scurrying to bolster declining industries and stave off the erosion of strong ones, Congress under this administration has passed laws to allow companies to cooperate in research and development and to promote exports. (csmonitor.com)
  • US and NY Settle Antitrust Cases Against Bus Companies ," N.Y.L.J (March 18, 2015). (law.com)
  • factual
  • Leibowitz said the decision of the FTC was unanimous on this point and that there wasn't enough factual evidence under the law to support any sort of complaint. (searchengineland.com)
  • current
  • Backed by the Trump administration, Apple argues that current United States antitrust laws do not afford the plaintiffs the right to sue. (justia.com)
  • division
  • These three ``narrowly focused'' laws, says Douglas Ginsburg, who heads the Justice Department's antitrust division, show Congress's ``open-mindedness'' to reforming the law. (csmonitor.com)
  • These reflect the views of the heads of the antitrust division more than which political party is in power. (csmonitor.com)
  • Trade
  • But, says Herman Schwartz, a law professor at American University, the trade deficit is ``a phony issue. (csmonitor.com)
  • Although the trade deficit is a serious problem, he says, ``the question is, are we actually dealing with it directly -- namely, [by increasing] American productivity and competitiveness, or are we simply using the problem as an excuse to do something that the Commerce Department and its business friends have always wanted to do, which is to cut back the antitrust law? (csmonitor.com)
  • Senator Metzenbaum agrees that ``antitrust has nothing to do with trade deficits. (csmonitor.com)
  • the law prohibited the "monopolization" of such trade. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • future
  • Rather, what concerns opponents of the President's proposal is that it takes away the option for future Justice Departments to enforce the law as the business climate requires. (csmonitor.com)
  • Our premise was simple: In a time when the purpose and future of antitrust is again an important topic of political discourse, we need to understand what antitrust enforcers can do today with the laws that exist right now. (benton.org)
  • industry
  • Safaricom Ltd., East Africa's biggest mobile-phone operator, opposes draft antitrust laws proposed by the industry regulator because they may curb efficiency and investment, Chief Executive Officer Bob Collymore said. (bloomberg.com)
  • An antitrust enforcer is not creating a new industry structure through a series of broad prescriptions, sound though they may be. (benton.org)
  • policy
  • Senator Metzenbaum charges that the Reagan administration would like to ``turn the clock backwards'' by codifying permissive antitrust policy. (csmonitor.com)
  • decision
  • Leibowitz characterized the commission's decision and actions as being consistent with the law and in no way a capitulation to Google. (searchengineland.com)
  • Reviews
  • In merger reviews, the task is predictive, asking what can be expected to happen, but just as intensely focused on the facts and law and economics at hand. (benton.org)