Score 810 21 ex2 case 1 the freezo refrigeration

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Score: 8/10 21. Ex2 Case 1 The Freezo Refrigeration Company entered into agreements wit owners. The agreements provided that the store owners would n refrigerators below Freezo's suggested minimum retail price and Freezo would not sell its refrigerators at retail in the store owner territories. Are these agreements valid? Explain. Student Response: No, fixing prices is a v Sherman Antitrust Act that they are illegal.
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Sample Correct Answer No. Agreements fixing horizontally or vertica Sherman Antitrust Act This case is an exampl fixing. Both Freezo an owners with whom it c violation of the Sherm Score: 10/10 22. Ex2 Case 6 Arthur sustained an injury to his back. Arthur claimed the injury work and filed a claim for Workers' Compensation benefits. The opposed this claim saying the injury, if real, was the result of a c condition. In accordance with the statute, a hearing was held bef Compensation Board, which ruled against Arthur. Arthur becam the hearing officer and the proceedings because Arthur felt that officer did not like him. Arthur has consulted an attorney seekin Workers' Compensation benefits. An appeal is available within t Arthur filed directly in court as the agency was not being helpfu reasoning and decide. Student Response: Arthur cannot bring a would not even be hea once he has not exhaus administrative remedie Sample Correct Answer Arthur cannot bring a overturn the finding of because Arthur has fai available administrativ lawsuit would be unsu would not be heard by Score: 10/10 23. Ex2 Case 3 Jones, Inc. sought a license from the Federal Communications C operate a new television station in a major metropolitan area. Th hearing on Jones' application and invited public comment. Three
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advertised on television spoke in favor of Jones' application and were tired of too much corporate emphasis on television objecte application. The FCC denied Jones' application on the grounds t unfavorable number of speakers was over three times as many a favorable speakers. Jones appealed the FCC's decision to court. reasoning and decide. Student Response: The appellate court mu decide if the agency's d arbitrary and/or capric the decision of not giv license was based on i so it was arbitrary. Sample Correct Answer The Appellate Court w whether the decision o arbitrary, capricious or discretion. In this case based on an improper persons at the hearing or against the license r no evidence to support Jones was in violation requirements for the li decision was arbitrary abuse of discretion. Score: 10/10
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  • Business, Correct Answer, Sherman Antitrust Act, Clayton Antitrust Act, Student response, Arthur becam

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