Shores, David F.
August 2005
Albany Law Review;2005, Vol. 68 Issue 4, p1053
Academic Journal
Looks at the reliance of U.S. courts on abstract economic theory in determining economic effect on cases filed by a business enterprise against another. Comment on the court's decision on the case Continental TV, Inc. versus GTE Sylvania Inc.; Distinction between sales and consignments; Rule of the Supreme Court on the effect of above-cost price cuts on antitrust laws.


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