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Lecture 24

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Lecture 24 Blaw 3312 -001

loveena Cherukunnathu
Law II
John D Dowdy

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Date Created: 12/03/15
Lecture 24 1232015 CHAPTER 46 Antitrust LaW VII Antitrust Law Under Sherman Act are not only civil causes of action there can also be criminal prosecutions Also justice department can initiate civil or criminal actions Under Clayton act only civil causes of action no criminal prosecutions What the 2 acts have in common is that they both provide for private sector causes of action Under either statue the justice department can initiate an action 1 Monopolization 0 To have an antitrust violation does the plaintiff where its private sector plaintiff or justice department have to prove an actual monopoly If its anticompete in nature it s a violation just have to have solation or acquisition of assets or any contract or other activity that in anticompete in nature o If there is a monopoly does it necessarily mean there is an antitrust violation If there a hotel in the whole area because other hotels had to shut down it a monopoly but not an antitrust violation 0 Every time merging consolidation purchase of assets happen its technically anti competitiveness but not against antitrust o Failing company doctrine 0 Example airline A wants to acquire airline B if they can show that airline B is a failing companygoing down for the 3rel time and only way for the company to get money is by selling company then its ok 0 Maybe there be another airlineanother buyer that will have less impact on competition then airline A can get it o In activity in question is unreasonable as a matter of law per se violation 0 The court will not apply rule of reason no fact issue just the act itself is a violation 0 Example 2 companies get together and they cut a deal with each other and they agree a minimum price for their products Or they divide up market I take this side you take that side Or a group boycott another company 0 Why maintain free enterprise markets Better products more prices more product information 1 Interlocking directorates Example maybe an individual that serves boards of 2 or more corporation at the same time and they compete with each other Many that was done innocently but that could get into an anti trust problem Enforcement of antitrust laws Cease and diseased order court can do this if there is an antitrust is not followed If you want to challenge that then it would be unconstitutional Example if boba didn t stop the business he continues Then under section 5 there is a civil penalty to violate cease and diseased order each day there is a civil penalty for each of those days Exemptions from Antitrust law Professional baseball is exempt from antitrust law Only sport that has this exemption Does it violate antitrust act in preventing in engaging in an occupation or profession that person is qualified to do


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