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antitrust law

Legislation that limits the ability of an enterprise or group of individuals to monopolise a service or product, thereby controlling and restricting free trade.

antitrust law

Government Legislation that limits the ability of organizations or groups of individuals to monopolize a service–or product, thereby controlling and restricting free trade. See Safe harbor rules.
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To do so, the company would have to comply with certain anti-trust laws that IFETEL has yet to define.
If the allegations are proven to be anti-competitive, it would be a breach of Canadian anti-trust laws and bring in dire consequences for the company.
The suit says that ending the JOA violates both state and federal anti-trust laws.
THE COMMISSION for the Protection of Competition (CPC) has launched a probe into possible violations of anti-trust laws by the Pancyprian Cattle Farmers' Organisation.
THE EUROPEAN Commission has claimed that the number of patent settlements between drug developers and generic producers that could break European Union (EU) anti-trust laws are declining after a 2009 study raised concerns about the problem.
Harra explained how the Justice Department felt that by keeping Internet brokers out of traditional services and referrals, NAR members had violated anti-trust laws, suppressed technological innovation and reduced competition.
The Southern Idaho Potato Cooperative has filed a request with the United States Department of justice seeking an investigation into allegations that a major buyer violated anti-trust laws.
The Florida- based Psystar also accused Apple citing that its Mac OS X was violating anti-trust laws in term of its end user license agreement, which forbids the installation of the software on non-Apple hardware.
Judge Pechman ruled that the state's beverage alcohol laws violated federal anti-trust laws (based on the Sherman Anti-Trust Act) and that the state's position was not protected by the 21st amendment, which gives individual states the right to define their own state beverage alcohol policy.
It is illegal to use the messenger model in a way that creates or facilitates collective decisions by physicians on prices or price-related terms that the anti-trust laws forbid.
com domain became subject to a lawsuit alleging breach of anti-trust laws.