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Jarod Bona, Nov 11, 2014
The Supreme Court addressed such a group in 1978 in the great case of National Society of Professional Engineers v. United States. That case involved an association of engineers that believed that its members were above competing on price. Indeed, the group forbid its engineers from doing so.
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