Antitrust 1 Prof. E. Fox Fall 2004 1 I. Introduction to Antitrust Law 4 a. General Background 4



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Attempt to Monopolize


  • Swift v. U.S. - π’s Burden!

  • π must prove:

  • Δ used anticompetitive conduct to achieve unlawful purpose

  • Δ must already have considerable market power or be en route to monopoly

  • π also must prove anticompetitive conduct which might, if unchecked, lead to monopoly

  • NOTE: there is a presumption that the additional act needed to bring about a monopoly is simply a mere force of nature

  • Difference b/t proof in §1 and §2  §1 d/n require monopolistic acts or practices, just agreement

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