Antitrust Federalism: The Role of State Law

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American Bar Association, 1988 - Antitrust law - 105 pages
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This work examines the role that state antitrust law plays in our national competitve policy and surveys the similarities and differences between state and federal antitrust laws.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
History of and Constitutional Challenges to State Antitrust Laws
2
2 Early Applications and Obstacles
3
3 The Modest Revival of the State Antitrust Laws
4
B StateFederal Tension Resulting from Sylvania
5
C Resolved Constitutional Challenges to State Antitrust Laws
9
2 The Supremacy Clause
11
3 The Equal Protection Clause
16
b Under State Law
58
B Conduct Peculiarly Amenable to Federal Antitrust Law
60
b Under State Law
61
C Conduct Perculiarly Amenable to State Antitrust Law
63
2 Covenants Not to Compete
65
b Under State Law
66
Differences Between State and Federal Antitrust Law with Respect to Availability of Defenses and Doctrines
67
b Under State Law
69

4 The Due Process Clause
17
b Extraterritorial Application
18
5 The Double Jeopardy Clause
19
D Unresolved Constitutional Issues
20
2 Illinois Brick Repealers
24
Conduct Proscribed by State Antitrust Law
31
b Under State Law
32
2 Group Boycotts
34
b Under State Law
35
3 Tying
36
b Under State Law
37
4 Resale Price Maintenance
39
b Under State Law
40
5 Nonprice Vertical RestraintsIntrabrand
41
6 Nonprice Vertical RestraintsInterbrand
43
b Under State Law
44
7 Restraints Classifiable as Either Horizontal or Vertical
46
b Under State Law
47
8 Intracorporate Conspiracies
50
9 Monopolization Attempts to Monopolize and Conspiracies to Monopolize
51
b Under State Law
53
10 Price Discrimination
57
2 Local Government Immunity from Damages
71
b Under State Law
72
3 The NoerrPennington Doctrine
73
b Under State Law
76
4 The Act of State Doctrine
80
5 The Doctrine of Primary Jurisdiction
81
6 The Labor Exemption
82
b Under State Law
84
B Federal Defenses Not Necessarily Available Under State Law
86
b Under State Law
87
C Availability Under State Law of Defenses and Doctrines Not Available Under Federal Law
90
b Under State Law
91
2 Contribution
92
Remedies
94
B Under State Law
96
2 Civil Penalties
97
3 Injunctive Relief
98
4 Damages
99
5 Parens Patriae Damage Actions
100
Attempts to Achieve Uniformity in Antitrust Law
102
Conclusion
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