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Per Se Condemnation Curbed by Supreme Court

Date: 03/23/06

In separate decisions, the Supreme Court ruled that two alleged restraints should not be subjected to per se condemnation under §1 of the Sherman Act: In the first case, the Court held that it was not per se unlawful for a joint venture to set a single price for the gasoline it sold under the brand names of each of the partners in the venture.

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