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Re: your mail
Indeed, I do not recall the term "unilateral effects" ever being used in
J. Hogan's carefully worded and traditional opinion.
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Subject: Re: your mail
Author: rlande@UBmail.ubalt.edu at INTERNET
Date: 7/3/97 11:42 AM
Congratulations on helping the process work in the Staples situation.
Cause and effect cannot, of course, be shown, but your input might
well have helped considerably.
This case is an
> important test of the FTC's use a "unilateral effects" analysis.
It this clear? I thought that they used a standard market definition, etc.
approach. Please fill me in.