4 edition of Local government antitrust liability found in the catalog.
Local government antitrust liability
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary
|LC Classifications||KF26 .J8 1982j|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 154 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||83601840|
H.R. (98th) was a bill in the United States Congress. A bill must be passed by both the House and Senate in identical form and then be signed by the President to become law. This bill was introduced in the 98 th Congress, which met from Jan 3, to Legislation not enacted by the end of a Congress is cleared from the books. Instead, it is about one of our favorite topics: Suing the government under the antitrust laws and the increasingly narrow state-action immunity from antitrust liability. The FTC and DOJ Antitrust Division can affect antitrust policy beyond just the cases that involve those agencies.
State-action immunity provides states and, in some instances, local governments immunity from federal antitrust liability. In Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement and Power District v. SolarCity, the Supreme Court will decide if a lower court’s refusal to rule state-action immunity applies to a particular entity and may be appealed. If your local government passes an anti-dog-litter law that raises the personal cost of owning a dog from C to C', the quantity of dogs demanded will A major disadvantage of the corporate form of business is limited liability. Government antitrust laws were designed to. prevent collusion among firms. If a state government finances.
The federal antitrust laws embody fundamental values of free enterprise and economic competition. At the same time, our federal system supports a strong degree of state sovereignty. In most cases, these values peacefully co-exist. But in a subset of cases — federal antitrust lawsuits against state and local government entities — they can Author: Jarod M. Bona, Luke Anthony Wake. The state has a separate Local Government Antitrust Act (N.M Stat. Ann. ), modeled on federal law. The act bars damages or interest being collected under the generic antitrust law against (1) a local government, its officials or employees acting in an official capacity or (2) a person based on any official action directed by the.
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As in the first four editions, the treatise provides a survey of the field in the Introduction, followed by jurisdiction-specific chapters. Noerr Handbook Another in the ABA Section of Antitrust Law Monograph series, this book focuses on public policy issues that arise from the antitrust treatment of efforts to petition government or influence government toward anticompetitive action, including petitioning efforts that are themselves collective or anticompetitive.
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More than 30 experts from a variety of backgrounds and points of view address a wide range of topics relating to the IoT. Generally, a state government is immune from tort suits by individuals under the doctrine of sovereign immunity. Local governments, municipalities (cities), counties, towns, and other political subdivisions of the state, however, are immune from tort suits by virtue of governmental immunity.
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Local government antitrust liability: the Boulder decision: hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Ninety-seventh Congress, second session, on the liability of local governments under the antitrust laws, June 30 and Aug The FTC has been seeking since last year to undo that combination, contending that it violates the Clayton Antitrust Act and the FTC’s own legislative charter.
The hospital combine, though, has been winning so far, on the theory that it is protected by “state action” immunity, derived from an immune local government agency. Antitrust law and local government. [Mark R Lee] Antitrust law and local government.
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The Antitrust Counterattack in Intellectual Property Litigation Handbook provides a comprehensive, practical guide to the antitrust issues likely to arise in intellectual property litigation.
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State & Local Government Civil Rights Liability Cumulative SupplementAuthor: ivan e. bodensteiner. to consider amending their state antitrust laws to protect local governments from antitrust liability. THE COMMON LAW EvOLUTION OF LocAL GOVERNMENTAL ANTITRUST LIABImY The federal antitrust statutes which have been of primary signif-icance to local governments are the Sherman Act9 and the ClaytonAuthor: Keith C.
Hetrick. This book provides a comprehensive treatment of the history, structure, and behavior of the various US institutions that enforce antitrust laws, such Author: Daniel Rubinfeld.
Antitrust Law and Regulatory Gaming. See Local Government Antitrust Act, antitrust liability, describing them as “especially costly, because they chill the very conduct the.
Beforemunicipalities were liable for triple damages under the federal antitrust laws. InCongress passed the Local Government Antitrust Act, which exempts local government from federal antitrust damages law suits (15 USCA § ).
This act did not exempt municipalities from legal proceedings seeking injunctive relief. Westport. Antitrust implications of municipal land use planning. [Victoria Mikesell Mather] Antitrust law. Government liability. Land use -- Law and legislation.
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The Supreme Court ruled today that local governments enjoyed broad immunity from antitrust liability for action that would amount to an illegal antitrust conspiracy if it took place in a purely private context.Local Governmental Exposure to Antitrust Liability and Treble Damages Awards in the Wake of City of Lafayette and City of Boulder Thomas S.
Malciauskas* and Sandra Taliani Rasnak** INTRODUCTION In Parker v. Brown,1 the United States Supreme Court an-nounced a broad state action exemption from antitrust liability.But in a subset of cases — federal antitrust lawsuits against state and local government entities — they can collide.
Beginning with the U.S. Supreme Court’s Parker v. Brown decision, the courts have developed a doctrine called state-action immunity that isolates narrow government conduct that is state-sovereign activity and exempts.