Question23 which of the following is not a per se

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Question 23 Which of the following is not a per se violation of the antitrust laws? a . price fixing. b . group boycotts. c . predatory pricing. d . division of markets. e . All of the above are per se violations.
Question 24 Which of the following is not required to be disclosed in the solicitation of a credit card customer?
Question 25 In June 1985, Joseph Marcantuone and Robert Gieson purchased property located in East Orange, New Jersey. At the time of purchase, the property was partly occupied and leased to Carriage Trade Cleaners, a
dry cleaning establishment. A number of dry cleaners continuously operated on this site since 1930. Marcantuone and Gieson owned and operated a grocery store on another section of the property. They have never personally owned or operated a dry cleaning establishment on the property. JRM, LLC, and Sang Hak Shin were tenants on the property and the last operators of the dry cleaning establishment that utilized the hazardous substance tetrachloroethylene, or perchloroethylene (PCE), during the time Marcantuone and Gieson owned the property. The city of East Orange acquired the property through condemnation for the purpose of building a school on the property. But, the PCE was discovered on the property and out of the $629,407 given to Marcantuone and Gieson as compensation for the taking, the city held back $182,035.20 for the cost of the PCE clean-up. It cost the city a total of $212,000 to complete the clean-up of the property. Classify Marcantuone and Gieson.
Question 26 Which of the following would prevent a company from receiving reduced penalties under CERCLA?
Question 27 In about 2003, day spas, chain whitening franchises, and other businesses began to offer teeth whitening. Dentists began complaining to State Boards of Dental Examiners and wanted to have non- dentist teeth whitening prohibited. The dentists said that they were concerned about public health and safety in having non-licensed individuals performing teeth whitening. The State Boards are made up mostly of dentists and generally one or two consumer representatives. In North Carolina, the Board issued an order that shut down the non-dentist teeth whitening businesses. Which of the following statements is correct? a . The health and safety argument is valid only if supported by evidence.
b . The dental board can take such action because the Noerr-Pennington doctrine protects them when the action is taken by a government body. c . The dental board’s actions were anticompetitive. d . both b and c

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