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- Resale Price Maintenance, Horizontal Conspiracies, and Antitrust Law
If you are looking for controversy, you came to the right place. Today, we discuss resale price maintenance, one of the most contentious issues in all of antitrust. If you look around and see a bunch of antitrust economists, hide your screen so they don’t start arguing with each other. Trust me; that is the last thing you want to experience.
- Examples of Unfair Competition against Small Businesses
Unfair competition against smaller businesses causes severe devastation to the owner and company when facing a larger corporation or a non-profit organization. The behavior and activities that these other entities engage in may cripple the small business and take away entire revenues streams to the point that the company breaks.
- How Do Non-Profits Engage in Unfair Competition Measures?
Any type of redirecting consumer traffic and sales away from a business is part of unfair competition practices and activity, and even certain non-profit organizations engage in these situations sometimes. It is important to know when this occurs and how it affects the company so that the owner is able to pursue legal action when the offense is serious enough.
- How Do Unfair Compensation and Deceptive Trade Practices Intersect?
The Fair Trade Commission Act has a connection with unfair compensation and deceptive trade practices both in business interactions and commercial success. When a business or individual harmed through these issues needs a remedy, he or she or the company may seek such through the courts with enhanced rights and possible positive conclusions in court.
- When Does Unfair Competition Rise to the Level of an Actionable Offense?
It is important to understand how to deal with unfair competition in the business world, or the victim of such actions may not have any recourse based on possible actionable offenses versus those that are not yet to that level. In seeking a remedy to the activity, those affected need to gather as much evidence and attempt to resolve the matter with a lawyer.
- Does a Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) Policy Violate Antitrust Laws in the United States?
We see many antitrust issues in the distribution world—and from all business perspectives: supplier, wholesale distributor, authorized retailer, and unauthorized retailer, among others. And at the retail level, we hear from both internet and brick-and-mortar stores.
- Is an Anticompetitive Contract Clause an Ancillary Restraint that Will Survive Antitrust Scrutiny?
Setting prices or allocating markets with your competitor is a terrible idea. Doing so is likely to lead to civil litigation and perhaps even criminal penalties.
- The Requirements of an HSR Antitrust Filing for a Merger or Acquisition in the United States
In the United States, mergers and acquisitions involving companies of a certain size must be reviewed by one of the competition authorities—the Federal Trade Commission or the Department of Justice.
- Bid-Rigging Is a Per Se Violation of the Antitrust Laws
Bid rigging violates the U.S. antitrust laws.
- How to Determine if International Products Are Subject to International Dumping Rules
When determining if a product is subject to dumping rules, the international laws must be taken into account. This means that there may be actions against dumping such as unfairly low prices, certain stipulations that may offset subsidies and possible emergency measures to protect domestic entities.