A Complaint under the Robinson-Patman Act Need Not Allege That One of the Sales Involved Was Interstate in Character as Long as It Charges That Interstate Sales Were Used to Underwrite Allegedly Discriminatory Intrastate Price-Cutting Tactics.
St. Mary's University School of Law
Michael D. Wagner,
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