The US Third Circuit clarifies the standard for analyzing the legality of exclusive agreements (ZF Meritor / Eaton)

In this case, the Third Circuit provided needed clarification on the standard for analyzing the legality of exclusive (or at least essentially exclusive) agreements that dominant firms enter into with their customer base. ZF Meritor, the only competitor of Eaton, the dominant supplier of heavy-duty truck transmissions in North America, sued Eaton over allegedly anti-competitive terms contained in long-term agreements that Eaton executed with their customers, truck

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Douglas Richards, Christopher J. Cormier, The US Third Circuit clarifies the standard for analyzing the legality of exclusive agreements (ZF Meritor / Eaton), 28 September 2012, e-Competitions Bulletin Automobile, Art. N° 64524

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