1 edition of Symposium on twenty years of Robinson-Patman found in the catalog.
Symposium on twenty years of Robinson-Patman
|Other titles||Symposium on the House Counsel and the Attorney General"s committee report., Twenty years of Robinson-Patman.|
|Statement||edited by Sigmund Timberg. Symposium on the House counsel and the Attorney General"s committee report / edited by Earle Warren Zaidins.|
|Series||The Trade regulation series -- no. 3., Trade regulation series -- no. 3.|
|Contributions||Timberg, Sigmund., Zaidins, Earle Warren., United States.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||209 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||209|
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Get this from a library. Symposium on twenty years of Robinson-Patman: the record and issues. [Sigmund Timberg; Earle Warren Zaidins; Federal Bar Association of. Oppenheim, Should the Robinson-Patman Act be Amended f, CCH Robinson-Pat- man Act Symposium().
* Stedman, Twenty-Four Years of the Robinson-Patman. Robinson-Patman Act, in full Robinson-Patman Act ofalso called Anti-Price Discrimination Act, U.S. law enacted in that protects small businesses from being driven out of the marketplace by prohibiting discrimination in pricing, promotional allowances, and advertising by large franchised companies.
The Robinson-Patman Act is also intended to protect wholesalers from being excluded. The Federal Trade Commission has approved final changes to its “Fred Meyer Guides,” which explain how suppliers can provide advertising allowances and other promotional payments and services to retailers without running afoul of certain provisions of the Robinson-Patman Act.
The Robinson–Patman Act of (or Anti-Price Discrimination Act, Pub. 49 Stat. (codified at 15 U.S.C. § 13)) is a United States federal law that prohibits anticompetitive practices by producers, specifically price was designed to protect small retail shops against competition from chain stores by fixing a minimum price for retail products.
The Robinson-Patman Act is a federal law passed in to outlaw price discrimination. The Robinson-Patman Act is an amendment to the Clayton Antitrust Act and is. The history of the Robinson-Patman Act actually begins inwhen section 2 of the Clayton Act became the first federal statute that expressly prohibited certain forms of price discrimination.
Insection 2 of the Clayton Act was amended by the Robinson-Patman Act, and it became Symposium on twenty years of Robinson-Patman book. The Robinson-Patman Act and the Book Industry. A number of cases in the book industry over the last few years provide an extensive illustration of how the Robinson-Patman Act can be applied in practice.
As you know, the Commission issued six administrative complaints in late in the Harper & Row matter, and dismissed them in Some forty-five years ago, at a time when the Federal Trade Commission was still bringing many Robinson-Patman enforcement proceedings, the Commission issued a set of guidelines designed to assist businesses in complying with the provisions of the Act governing discrimination in promotional payments and services - i.e., "non-price" discrimination.
This book will be organized around a symposium on the 20 year history of the CNS meetings, to be held as part of CNS in San Antonio Texas in July The book, like the symposium is intended to summarize progress made in Computational Neuroscience over the last 20 years while also considering current challenges in the field.
Issues Under the Robinson-Patman Act, 66 Yale LJ. 1 () ; How To Comply With Sections 2(c)-(f), in New York State Bar Ass'n, Antitrust Law Symposium, How To Comply With Robinson-Patman Act ; The Evolution of the Robinson-Patman Act: A Twenty-Year.
Business and the Robinson Patman law. New York, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Werne; Joseph Taylor Robinson; Wright Patman; United States.
Abstract. Ever since its enactment years ago, the Robinson-Patman Act has been the center of intense and continuing controversy. Supporters, acclaiming the act as the "Magna Carta of Small Business," contend that the Robinson-Patman law is important to ensure fair competition and to stop monopolies in their incipiency.
This symposium marked this anniversary by considering the role of long-term environmental monitoring and research, by exploring the value of ECN datasets and of sites as research platforms, and by considering how ECN should evolve to meet user needs over the next 20 years.
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The Robinson-Patman Act (15 U.S.C. § 13), an amendment to the Clayton Antitrust Act, is a federal law that prohibits unlawful price Act provides specific circumstances where price discrimination violates federal antitrust law, and allows private parties who were injured by illegal price discrimination to pursue litigation.
antitrust laws that may “chill” price competition, something that the Robinson-Patman Act is intended to do. The tension between the Robinson-Patman Act and accepted antitrust policy has resulted in hostility in the courts – often shared by juries – to Robinson-Patman claims made.
Get this from a library. Twenty years of Robinson-Patman Act literature, [Amy R Jennings; United States. Federal Trade Commission. Library.]. Corporate Counsel's Guide to the Robinson-Patman Act, 2d, ed. by William M. Hannay and Publisher's Editorial Staff | Hardcover. Volume Discounts and Robinson-Patman.
In the last thirty years it has become a common business practice for producers to offer volume discounts to customers that buy large quantities of products.
trust Law Symposium ; and his most recent article "The Evolution of the Robinson-Patman Act: A Twenty Year Perspective", 57 Columbia Law Review ) into a new text book on the Robinson-Patman Act to be pub lished by Little, Brown of Boston.
This is badly needed. To date the best and almost the only books are the Ameri. The Robinson-Patman Act, passed inis a somewhat obscure federal law that makes it illegal “to discriminate in price between different purchasers of commodities of like grade and quality.” The law allows for both criminal enforcement by the federal government, and civil lawsuits by buyers who feel wronged by the price discrimination.
Professor D. Daniel Sokol 83 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. Published in Connection With the Law Review’s Symposium “The FTC at ”. The Robinson-Patman Act protects inefficient competitors rather than consumers. The possibility of a suit brought under Robinson-Patman increases.