This assignment is based on the book Trade Regulation, 5th Ed. University Casebook Series, which is authored by Pitofsky, Goldschmid and Wood and published in 2003 by Foundation Press
Howard antitrust charge sheet. Howard and the four other members of the roller-bit industry, under the Sherman act of July 2 1890 (15 U.S.C.A. § 1 et seq.), and from my evaluation of their dealings as to the competitive nature of the anti-trust law are guilty of violation of the three section of this act; section (1-2-3), a lawful suit can be successfully brought forward against the latter industries and have them face damages charges and suit from the aggrieved industries and the consumers who are largely affected by the violation of the anti-trust law and the market trends in lowering and hiking of prices un-ethically under the federal courts or commercial courts.
Question 2; Dyco Analysis
If we assume that Dyco production and distribution costs are not significantly different from those of X, Y and Z (A). Relevance market analysis in Sherman act would be, first the other firms in production are largely affecting and controlling the prices in the market, forming some kind of conspiracy to monopolize the prices of the agricultural market of their products.
Question 3; analysis of general counsel for litigation and antitrust for Sweet Co. Litigation plan;
Because of the nature of the first case, the anti-trust law has a loop hole in the sentencing the sweet company for litigation they have committed but that only according to their finding and the ruling of the federal courts, against coercive monopolies that the government purports the Sweet company commit to achieve the high profit margin.
Question 4; government v farmers and refiner (Sherman act)
The concerted activities purported by both the farmer and the refiners can be held unlawful if an only if, the desired outcome only favors them both without any consent of the consumer, also if the agreement is in violation of any Sherman act 1890 (15 U.S.C.A. § 1 et seq.) section one, or Clayton act of 1914 (15 U.S.C.A. § 12 et seq.) section three and seven (a) codified at (15 U.S.C. § 18a)
Question 5; is Lever’s action a violation of the antitrust laws?
Levers actions are in violation with the Sherman act and Clayton act section three of the anti-trust law of the United States. The restriction of advertising space by the latter news cooperation firm is a clear indication of a tying illegal agreement that monopolizes the prices of the market and the trade in that state, this tying agreement is carried out by the lever firm on basis that it’s the only morning news paper in that city and thus limiting and using that as an advantage to market, the other evening papers advertising power is
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