Definition of Antitrust case
1. Noun. A legal action brought against parties who are charged with limiting free competition in the market place.
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Literary usage of Antitrust case
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1. Smoking & Health in the Americas: A 1992 Report of the Surgeon General, in by DIANE Publishing Company, Louis W. Sullivan (1995)
"The antitrust case of 1911 Meanwhile, the structure of the tobacco industry in the United States was undergoing profound change. The practices used by ATC ..."
2. First Text Retrieval Conference (Trec-1): Proceedings by D. K. Harman (1993)
"<narr> Narrative: To be relevant, a document will discuss a pending antitrust case and will identify the alleged violation as well as the government entity ..."
3. Overview of the Third Text Retrieval Conference (Trec-3) edited by D. K. Harmon (1995)
"<narr> Narrative: To be relevant, a document will discuss a pending antitrust case and will identify the alleged violation ..."
4. Regulatory Reform in the United States by Scott H. Jacobs (1999)
"A common type of private antitrust case is an auxiliary claim in a contract dispute, added because the threat of treble damages can be a powerful ..."
5. Making Things Better: Competing in Manufacturing (1993)
"Experts in the field know of no antitrust case brought against genuine joint R&D, and the Justice Department acknowledges that "[a]sa general matter, ..."