Dentsply International, Inc. In Violation Of Section 2 For Monopoly Maintenance Through Use Of Exclusivity Clauses* In a reversal of the dismissal of the Department of Justice Antitrust Division (DOJ) complaint, alleging violations of Section 1 and 2 of the Sherman Act and Section 3 of the Clayton Act, the Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit found Dentsply International Inc. (“Dentsply”) guilty of illegal monopoly power maintenance. DOJ opted not to appeal adverse district court rulings on the Sherman Act Section 1 and the Clayton Act Section 3 claims. The court remanded for the entry of the injunctive relief prayed for. In United States v. Dentsply International Inc., No. 03-4097 (3d Cir.), decided February 24, 2005, the court held that Dentsply was unlawfully maintaining its
The US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit finds unlawful maintenance of dominant position on the market for the sale of prefabricated artificial teeth (Dentsply International)
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