Price Squeeze Claims Succumb to Need for “Clear Rules”

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Thomas Barnett, Shimica Gaskins, John Graubert, Apr 15, 2009 n February, the United States Supreme Court in linkLine rejected “price squeez” claims of illegal monopolization further undermining the continuing viability of Judge Learned Hand’s decision in Alcoa. The decision eliminates all price squeeze […]

Legislative Intent and the Policy of the Sherman Act

Apr 01, 2006 Despite the obvious importance of the question to a statute as vaguely phrased as the Sherman Act, the federal courts in all the years since 1890 have never arrived at a definitive statement of the values or policies which control the law’s application and evolution. The question of values, therefore, remains central […]