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  • / Technology

    Maryland prohibits manufacturers from setting minimum retail prices

    The Maryland statute once again makes it illegal for a manufacturer to require a retailer to sell at or above a certain price. It`s a response to a Supreme Court decision two years ago that opened the door for more minimum price agreements.

    Posted 04/28/2009Don DavisPost a comment

    The Maryland statute once again makes it illegal for a manufacturer to require a retailer to sell at or above a certain price. It`s a response to a Supreme Court decision two years ago that opened the door for more minimum price agreements.
  • / Technology

    Blockbuster anti-trust suit against rival Netflix can proceed, judge rules

    A federal judge in San Francisco ruled Tuesday that Blockbuster can proceed with antitrust claims against online rival and DVD rental company Netflix, which is suing Blockbuster for alleged patent violations in the operation of Blockbuster Online.

    Posted 08/23/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    A federal judge in San Francisco ruled Tuesday that Blockbuster can proceed with antitrust claims against online rival and DVD rental company Netflix, which is suing Blockbuster for alleged patent violations in the operation of Blockbuster Online.
  • / Press Release

    FTC Testifies on Internet Competition

    For Release: September 26, 2002 Upcoming FTC Workshop Will Examine Whether Certain State Regulations and Business Practices May Be Impeding E-Commerce The Federal Trade Commission today told the House Committee on Energy and Commerce that it will hold a public workshop on October 8-10 to examine whether certain state laws and business arrangements may be hampering commerce on the Internet. In FTC testimony before the Committee`s Subcommittee on...

    Posted 09/27/2002

    For Release: September 26, 2002 Upcoming FTC Workshop Will Examine Whether Certain State Regulations and Business Practices May Be Impeding E-Commerce The Federal Trade Commission today told the House Committee on Energy and Commerce that it will hold a public workshop on October 8-10 to examine…

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