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AntiTrust-short - Continental v GTE Sylvania Exclusive Dealing Sports Hypos Standards for players If imposed by teams on individuals Rule of Reason

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Per se Unlawful Price Fixing (Sucony Vacuum) Price Minimum Price Maximum Discounts/Terms of Sale Division of Markets ( Topco ) Boycotts and Concerted Refusals to Deal Minimum Resale Price Maitenance Vertical Refusals to deal if In furtherance of a contract, conspiracy or restraint of trade (boycott) An attempt at monopolization (otherwise, Colgate applies) Tying Quick Look Analysis Advertising (Argue Breyer dissent) ( FTC v. Cal. Dental ) Rule of Reason Maximum Resale Price Maintenance ( Albrecht v. Herald (widely criticized)) Vertical Territorial (and other, non-price) Restraints. (
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Unformatted text preview: Continental v. GTE Sylvania ) Exclusive Dealing Sports Hypos Standards for players If imposed by teams on individuals Rule of Reason protection of competitive product health and safety If Imposed by players on players or teams on teams Per Se Admissions requirements per se NCAA cannot play once enter college until class graduates NFL draft (only valid b/c player’s ass’n agreed to K’ually) Ownership restrictions: ROR (670 F.2d 1249)...
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2008 for the course LAW 1010 taught by Professor Cavanaugh during the Fall '00 term at St. Johns Duplicate.

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