Businessmen’s Concepts of “Injury To Competition”

by Robert Brooks



Injury to a competitor is not always the equivalent of injury to competition. Awareness of this, and the ability to distinguish one front the other, can forestall much useless litigation. Here is a set of basic questions designed to serve as a yardstick to help the business community identify and measure hue injury to competition.

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