TITLE

I. REGULATION OF MONOPOLISTIC METHODS

AUTHOR(S)
Phillips, Jr., Charles F.
PUB. DATE
October 1966
SOURCE
Journal of Marketing;Oct66, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p66
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents legal developments in marketing relating to the regulation of monopolistic methods. Regarding market control, a case involving Inland Container Corp. is discussed, in which the United States Federal Trade Commission held that the company's acquisition of a shipping container plant violated the Clayton Act. Regarding collusive practices, the United States Supreme Court case "Carnation Company v. Pacific Westbound Conference et al.," is discussed, in which the Supreme Court held that rate increases could be challenged under antitrust laws. Regarding market exclusion tactics, the case "Herbert C. Deesen v. The Professional Golfers' Association of America, an unincorporated association, et al.," is discussed, involving alleged antitrust violations on the part of the Professional Golfers' Association.
ACCESSION #
25803123

 

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