Pittsburgh suit says two utilities discussing merger act like monopoly
- Pittsburgh's suit against utilities' merger suffers setback. Demenchuk, Michael // Bond Buyer;12/04/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30285, p4
Reports that Judge Robert C. Mitchell recommended that the suit to block the merger of DQE Incorporated and Allegheny Power Systems Incorporated by Pittsburgh Mayor Tom Murphy, be dismissed. Reason for the judge's recommendation; Circumstances surrounding the suit; Comments from spokeswoman for...
- Cogen firm sues utility. McManamy, Rob // ENR: Engineering News-Record;5/29/95, Vol. 234 Issue 21, p24
Reports on a lawsuit filed by Washington Power Co. LP against Allegheny Power Systems Inc. for breach of contract and unfair competition. Ruling of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission; Background information; Support from state Department of Environmental Resources; Expectations.
- PITTSBURGH SCHOOLS SETTLE COMPLAINT. // Education Week;3/14/2007, Vol. 26 Issue 27, p6
The article explains the 2007 status of a discrimination complaint originally filed in the early 1990s against the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, public schools. The district has agreed to settle the complaint, which alleges unfair treatment of Black students. Though admitting no wrongdoing, the...
- PRO-BUSINESS, ANTITRUST FEDS. Rogers, Alison // Fortune;8/22/1994, Vol. 130 Issue 4, p18
Discusses the actions of the Clinton administration in regard to antitrust policy decisions. Example of a recent Justice Department ruling concerning Microsoft; News about AT&T-McCaw; The British Telecom-MCI joint venture.
- Sherman goes abroad. Gibeaut, John // ABA Journal;Jul97, Vol. 83 Issue 7, p42
Shares the decision that allows the federal government to prosecute international antitrust cases even though all the criminal acts charged were committed by foreign nationals outside United States. Account on the charges filed under 1890 Sherman Act; Policy problems in the enforcement of...
- Comment. Orrison, Alannah // Antitrust Bulletin;Spring97, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p29
Opinion. Comments on the article by David Glasner about capacity-diversion defense in the antitrust cases `Owens-Illinois' and `Donnelley' in the United States. Criticism of the handling of the cases; Importance of the logical difficulties of the defense over the technical issues; Model of...
- Antitrust economics as science after Daubert. Weller, Charles D. // Antitrust Bulletin;Winter97, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p871
Examines the status of antitrust economics in the United States (U.S.), after a 1993 Supreme Court Daubert decision. Implications of Daubert for judges and litigators on both sides of an antitrust case; Implications of Daubert's requirement that economics meet scientific standards.
- Determining the indirect purchaser's right to sue in the... Hopper, Brett L. // Brigham Young University Law Review;1991, Vol. 1991 Issue 2, p1075
Discusses the federal antitrust litigation in the United States. Reference to the Supreme Court cases: `Hanover Shoe, Inc. v. United Shoe Machinery Corp,' `Illinois Brick Co. v. Illinois,' and `Kansas v. Utilicorp United, Inc.'; Details on the rulings in the cases; Definition of the term...
- MTV rivals to face antitrust scrutiny. // Adweek Western Edition;8/1/94, Vol. 44 Issue 31, p12
Reports on the United States Department of Justice's investigation of the alliance among Sony Music Group, Warner Music Group, Bertlesmann Music Group, PolyGram and Thorn/EMI for alleged antitrust violations.