Federal Trade Commission, FTC, Borden, Inc. v. FTC, E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Ethyl case, Sherman Act, Predatory pricing, Facilitating practices, Price-signaling
Antitrust and Trade Regulation | Litigation
This paper summarizes and comments on two recent FTC cases. The first case involved accusations of predatory pricing against Borden, the manufacturer of ReaLemon, the dominant brand of reconstituted lemon juice. The second involved price-signaling and other so-called facilitating practices by the four makers of lead-based antiknock compounds.
Hay, George A., "The FTC and Pricing: Of Predation and Signaling" (1983). Cornell Law Faculty Publications. Paper 1143.
George A. Hay, "The FTC and Pricing: Of Predation and Signaling", 52 Antitrust Law Journal (1983)