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The L. B. Silver Company, Petitioner, V. the Federal Trade Commission, Respondent; Brief for the Respondent.. ISBN ISBN Brief of respondent B.V. in opposition filed. Aug 21 Reply of petitioners United States Patent and Trademark Office, et al. filed. Oct 09 DISTRIBUTED for Conference of 11/1/ Nov 04 DISTRIBUTED for Conference of 11/8/ Nov 08 Petition GRANTED. Dec 09
Mindful of the oft-stated principle that constructive receipt should be sparingly applied (Kaw Dehydrating Co. v. Commissioner, 74 T.C. , (); Gullett v. Commissioner, 31 B.T.A. , ()), we do not think petitioner can be charged with constructive receipt of the trust distribution based on speculation concerning whether the Author: United States Tax Court. Silver v. New York Stock Exchange, U.S. , , 83 , , 10 2d (). 10 We find no irreconcilable conflict of federal antitrust policy as embodied in Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act with either the Interstate Commerce Act, 49 U.S.C. Secs. (b), , or with the existence of state regulation.
PETRO-HUNT, L.L.C., Petitioner, v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Respondent. AFFIDAVIT OF SERVICE I, Jennifer Hendrick, of lawful age, being duly sworn, upon my oath state that I did, on the 18th day of April, , hand file forty copies of this Reply Brief of Petitioner with the Clerk’s Office of the Supreme Court of the United States and. COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE, Respondent Docket No. Filed September 7, Robert S. Horwitz and Edward M. Robbins, Jr., for petitioner. Adam B. Landy, Thomas R. Mackinson, and Kaelyn J. Romey, for respondent. MEMORANDUM FINDINGS OF FACT AND OPINION LAUBER, Judge: With respect to petitioner’s Federal income tax for
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Russell Stover Candies, Inc. petitions for review of a final order of the Federal Trade Commission (Commission) finding that petitioner violated Sec. 1 of the Sherman Act. 15 U.S.C. § 1 (). The Commission ruled that petitioner had The L. B. Silver company combined. Luria Brothers and Company, Inc., et al., Petitioners, v.
Federal Trade Commission, Respondent, F.2d (3d Cir. ) case opinion from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. In jacob Siegel Co. Federal Trade Commission,U.S. 6690the Court named the Commission 'the expert body to determine what remedy is necessary to eliminate the unfair or deceptive trade practices which have been disclosed.
It has wide latitude for judgment and the courts will not interfere except where. A summary and case brief of Kraft, Inc. Federal Trade Commission, F.2d (), including the facts, issue, rule of petitioner, holding and reasoning, key. We now reverse the decision of the Court of Appeals and remand the case to that court for the determination of the remaining issues raised by respondent Borden in that court.
Federal Trade Comm'n v. Anheuser-Busch, Inc., U.S., 804 2d The order to cease making the false claims takes none of this away from him. In short, "(a) cease and desist order which commands the respondent only to 'go, and sin no more' simply allows every violator a free bite at the apple." Note, "Corrective Advertising" Orders of the Federal Trade Commission, 85().
A summary and case brief of Hospital Corporation of America v. Federal Trade Commission, F.2d (), including the facts, issue, rule of law, holding and reasoning, key terms, and concurrences and dissents.
Toys "R" Us, Inc., Petitioner-Appellant, v. Federal Trade Commission, Respondent-Appellee. On Petition for Review from a Decision of the Federal Trade Commission. Docket No. Argued Decided August 1, Before Coffey, Kanne, and Diane P.
Wood, Circuit Judges. Diane P. Wood, Circuit Judge. The antitrust laws, which aim to. Hospital Corporation of America, the largest proprietary hospital chain in the United States, asks us to set aside the decision by the Federal Trade Commission that it violated section 7 of the Clayton Act, as amended, 15 U.S.C.
Sec. 18, by the acquisition in and of two corporations, Hospital Affiliates International, Inc. and Health Care Corporation. federal trade commission)) petitioner,)) v.) misc. action no. (ckk)) paul m. bisaro,)) respondent.)) _____) petitioner’s reply memorandum in support of petition for an order enforcing administrative subpoena ad testificandum and opposition to respondent’s motion to compel.
Kraft, Inc. Federal Trade Commission The Parties: Plaintiff/Appellant: Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Defendant/Appellee: Kraft Inc. The History of the case: FTC instituted a deceptive advertising proceeding against Kraft Inc.
Kraft under section 5 of the FTC act. The administrative law judge (ALJ) concluded the Skimp and Class Picture ads made the milk. In the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit POM WONDERFUL LLC, et al., Petitioners, v.
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The BORDEN COMPANY Washington, D.C., for petitioner. John E. Wood, New York City, for respondent. Justice. PETITIONER: Federal Trade Commission RESPONDENT: Standard Oil Company of California LOCATION: New York State Thruway DOCKET NO.: DECIDED BY: Burger Court () LOWER COURT: United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit CITATION: US () ARGUED: DECIDED: ADVOCATES: George A.
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to lodge copies of a letter it filed with the FTC and Dept. of Justice pursuant to the MMA. Jan 22 Motion for leave to file Volume 2 of the joint appendix under seal filed by petitioner Federal Trade Commission.
Jan 22 Joint appendix filed. Consumer Protection Laws • Topic 1-Consumer rights with mail order purchases • Topic 2-False advertisement • Topic 3-Bait-and-switch selling 1.
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Matta, for petitioners. Nina E. Chowdhry, Carol Bingham McClure, and Russell Scott Shieldes, for respondent. MEMORANDUM FINDINGS OF FACT AND OPINION COHEN, Judge: In these .The NEW YORK TIMES COMPANY, Petitioner, v. L. B. SULLIVAN. Argued Jan. 6 and 7, ; Decided March 9, Respondent L. B. Sullivan is one of the three elected Commissioners of the City of Montgomery, Alabama.
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