which government law is the most important legislation that protects markets from price fixing?

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  • 6 years ago
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    The "most important"? That depends. If you're in a public high school, it's in Article I of the Sherman Antitrust Act. If you're in your first 4 years of college, it's in the FTC codes. If you're in law school, it's in the prosecutorial section of the U.S. Department of Justice. If you're studying Constitutional Law and you're involved in Supreme Court decisions, it's in State Oil Co. v. Khan. If you're studying follow-ups, you can find it in United States v LG Display Co., United States v. Chunghwa Picture Tubes, and United States v. Sharp Corporation. If you're studying international law with a focus on North America, it's under section 45 of the Competition Act.

    Also, it depends on what side of price fixing you are on. If you're an economic libertarian, the "most important" legislation, you might have a very different view of what is important. Such as laws that protect the sellers rights.

    Do your own homework.

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  • 6 years ago

    Which government law is the most important legislation that protects markets from price fixing?

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