Corporate practice portfolio series ; no. 39-3rd.
" ... explains the requirements necessary to prove that an illegal tie exists and sets out the defenses that may justify a tie in particular situations under [section] 1 of the Sherman Act and [section] 3 of the Clayton Act. The Bank Holding Company Act and the Home Owners' Loan Act-the sources of a significant volume of litigation in this area-are also given extensive consideration. The portfolio points out the recurring problem areas in the tying field and offers suggestions to help corporate counsel navigate their way clear of obstacles."
Authors: William M. Hannay and William A. Montgomery, Published: Washington, D.C., 1997-2007.
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Detailed analysis. Introduction Statutory and historical background The prohibition against tying Package sales, full-line forcing, franchising and other business practices Insurance, real estate, warranties, cemeteries, utilities and other special product issues Practice under Federal banking law Practice under federal patent and copyright law A counselling summary-keeping it legal Working papers.
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Print version: Hannay, William M., 1944- Tying arrangements. Arlington, VA : Bureau of National Affairs, -