Part Three: Section two of The Sherman Act - unilateral conduct (cont’d)

September 5, 2014

Rounding out our discussion on the Sherman Act, host Jay Levine discusses how businesses enter into contracts utilizing specific tactics to ensure they stay competitive and under what circumstances those tactics become problematic. Learn how most favored nation and non-discrimination clauses, as well as market share discounts and exchanging non-price information can be used to preclude competitive entry. Should you include them in your contract? Listen to find out more.

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