antitrust law

NOUN
  1. law intended to promote free competition in the market place by outlawing monopolies
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How To Use antitrust law In A Sentence

  • The MLB is exempt from antitrust law in the US and Congress has no desire to remedy the situation (see, e.g. Flood v. Kuhn). The Volokh Conspiracy » How Jonathan Adler Gets It Wrong, and Soccer Gets It Right:
  • The author thought, antitrust law enforcement agency in our country should be established on two principles.
  • Compared with post licensing. ante licensing can improve social welfare under the framework of antitrust law.
  • Buffeted by market forces and unmoored by the American Institute of Architects' inability to set and enforce professional fee guidelines (thanks to antitrust laws), architects have no dock in this storm.
  • That, the plaintiffs maintain, is discriminatory, unfair and contrary to US antitrust law.
  • How is federal antitrust law used to combat the effects of a monopoly? Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice
  • Monday declined to review a ruling that reinstated an antitrust lawsuit alleging major record labels conspired to fix prices and terms under which music would be sold over the FOXNews.com
  • After all, that's why we have antitrust laws. Times, Sunday Times
  • Microsoft and Caldera announced they have reached a mutually agreeable settlement of an antitrust lawsuit filed by Caldera in July 1996.
  • Webster's Ninth has recorded as main entries broncobuster (1887) ` one who breaks wild horses to the saddle '; trustbuster (1903) ` one who seeks to break up business trusts; specif: a federal official who prosecutes trusts under the antitrust laws'; sodbuster (ca. 1918) ` one (as a farmer or a plow) that breaks the sod '; gangbuster VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XII No 3
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