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..., is merely passive is immaterial; if an employee acquiesces in the efforts of friends in furtherance of such candidacy such acquiescence constitutes an infraction...

...differential between the total payments and the price at which the merchandise could have been acquired is the cost of deferring payment...delivery price of the property or service to be acquired. Both things are to be stated, price and finance charges, and the judgment of the consumer can be on the basis of both of these factors, not merely...every evil sought to be corrected. . . . [N]o great acquaintance with practical affairs is required to know that such prescience, either in fact or in the minds of Congress, does not exist. Its very...

...findings for Title III make plain, that policy is strictly to limit the employment of those techniques of acquiring information: "To safeguard the privacy of...defendant is not entitled to have his indictment dismissed before trial simply because the Government "acquire[d] incriminating evidence in violation of the [law]," even if the "tainted evidence was...from its forbidden act and wove into our constitutional fabric the celebrated maxim that "[t]he essence of a provision forbidding the acquisition of evidence in a certain way is that not merely...

.... Hence, under Burks, the reversal is the equivalent to a directed verdict of acquittal by the trial judge. 437 U.S. at 16-18...reversal of the 1972 conviction was for trial error. Under the doctrine of Burks, a reversal of a conviction because of insufficiency of the evidence is to be treated as an acquittal, but there...Criminal Appeals and a judgment of acquittal was entered, with the Court citing to Burks and Greene, 607 S.W.2d at 249. On...

...contraband, they may acquire probable cause to believe that other portions of the car, and other containers within it, will contain contraband. In practice, the Court's rule may amount to a wholesale...

...Corporation, which acquired MM within the year. See 635 F.2d 118, 122, n. 2 (CA2 1980). The letter was mailed over...

...-CA, LAAD-M, Ross, Dreer and Marketing Services. The alleged conspiracy involved inter alia "the direct and indirect acquisition of stock and other share capital of various corporations in...LAAD-M. In essence, plaintiffs allege that defendants misused the loan process to acquire equity interests in competing frozen vegetable firms. Because of the lack of...

...: "[T]he interest of the State of Texas here is not simply that of making criminal the unlawful acquisition of another person's property; it is in addition the interest, expressed in all...

..., collect fees, supervise and discipline students, pass on petitions to annex school districts, acquire property by condemnation, and in general manage the operations of the junior college...

.... Finkelstein. P. 644. (c) Provision (ii) of subsection (g) states expressly that a defendant must be acquitted on the ground of "honest mistake" if he proves that he made...he must make before he can be excused." The argument is wholly without merit. The proviso states expressly that the defendant must be acquitted on the ground of "honest mistake" if the defendant proves...minds by flaunting these atrocities before their eyes. And Satan rejoiced greatly that professing Christians were silent and apparently acquiesced in his plans. He found that our...

...indicated in the majority opinion, Loux acquiesced in such dismissal by filing an amended complaint. In his amended complaint, Loux dropped all of the personal defendants, retaining...

...vigorously argues that, since this remedy is confined to situations where the distributor and retailer acquire title to the bicycles, it will provide only partial relief; that to prevent the...

...particular, with reference to the factors enumerated in R.C. 3105.18, the trial judge found that appellee had acquired employment at an annual...judge did not abuse his discretion in terminating the sustenance alimony payments, we are not suggesting that the acquisition of gainful employment automatically eliminates the need for sustenance...

...obtaining disability benefits when he or she has not less than one quarter of coverage (whenever acquired) for each calendar year elapsing after 1950 (or, if later, the year in which he or she attained...

...the security of interests that a person has already acquired in specific benefits. These interests — property interests — may take many forms." ( Id., at p. 576 [33 L.Ed.2d at p...

.... Although appellants claim that the $1,000 ceiling governing contributions to candidates will prevent the acquisition of seed money necessary to launch campaigns, the absence of experience under the Act...prevents us from evaluating this assertion. As appellees note, it is difficult to assess the effect of the contribution ceiling on the acquisition of seed money since candidates have not previously had...

...particular problems of certain distributors. Distributors acquired title only to those bicycles that they purchased as wholesalers; retailers, of course, acquired title to all of the bicycles ordered by...

...controlled substances, and by acquisition of substantial sums of money through such distribution. The other charged petitioner alone with violating § 848, which prohibits conducting a continuing criminal...petitioner's assumption of leadership of the Family organization, by distribution of controlled substances, and by acquisition of substantial sums of money through the distribution of the controlled substances...

...finality of criminal judgments is so strong that an acquitted defendant may not be retried even though "the acquittal was based upon an egregiously erroneous foundation." See.... Benton v. Maryland, 395 U.S. 784. The constitutional protection against double jeopardy unequivocally prohibits a second trial following an acquittal. The public interest i..., ended up by saying for the first time in four trials that the words between them had been `firm,' and possibly harsh and `cross.' "We also note that the police officer who readily acquiesced in...

...-identification requirement results in the foolish expenditure of funds to acquire a mountain of useless information — the legislative process remains available to terminate the unwise experiment. It...the public of access to the drugs. Nor can it be said that any individual has been deprived of the right to decide independently, with the advice of his physician, to acquire and...

...committees, each of a few persons, in support of federal candidacies. Otherwise, two or three persons could acquire the $5,000 committee contribution authority of section 608(b)(2) merely...

...obscene, pornographic films acquire constitutional immunity from state regulation simply because they are exhibited for consenting adults only. This holding was properly rejected by the Georgia Supreme...other constitutional guarantees of privacy, and that government cannot legitimately impede an individual's desire to see or acquire obscene plays, movies, and books. We do indeed base our society on...

...acquire and retain outlets, to guarantee his distributors some degree of territorial insulation as well as exclusive franchises. It has also been suggested that it may reasonably appear necessary for a...its television manufacturing business if it did not increase its share of the market in the manner that it did. The failing company defense has generally been applied to mergers or acquisitions which...

...acquire an unfair advantage in the political process, especially where, as here, the issue involved has no material connection with the business of the corporation. The State need not permit its own...have placed it in a position of departing from neutrality and indirectly assisting the propagation of corporate views because of the advantages its laws give to the corporate acquisition of funds to..., 4 Wheat. 316 (1819). There can be little doubt that when a State creates a corporation with the power to acquire and utilize property, it necessarily and...

...course, it is now well settled that specific governmental approval of or acquiescence in challenged action by a private entity indicates "governmental action." Thus, in..., 343 U.S. 451 (1952). In reaching that result, we placed primary emphasis on the specific regulatory acquiescence in the...

...assessments (not including fines and penalties) uniformly required as a condition of acquiring or retaining membership...," 367 U.S., at 807, would acquiesce in the finding of governmental action in Hanson if that finding represented a definitive ruling that governmental...

...Dep. Exh. 4 at 2-3; see id. ("[T]he purpose of our acquiring the data is not simply to advance knowledge for its own sake, but to fuel a continuous and multi-faceted campaign to propel reform...forward."). According to the proposal, the Brennan Center planned to implement the 1998 study in two "phases," during the first of which the Center would "acquire" the data and "adapt it so that it...entities have been subsumed within larger corporate conglomerates and have devoted their resources to bottom-line profits. See NRA App. at 620, 625-26, 631-39, 671-72. CBS has been acquired twice in...

...acquire the broad statistical sampling of data necessary to the establishment of public health programs and the advancement of medical research. The need for such programs is particularly critical in...), the court stated that, "The acquisition of data is essential to the advancement of medical knowledge. These provisions establish reporting procedures for statistical purposes only, and require that...

...unwilling to rely on individual self interest to bring about general voluntary acquiescence which has the collateral effect of eliminating price competition, and takes affirmative action to achieve...uniform adherence by inducing each customer to adhere to avoid such price competition, the customer's acquiescence is not then a matter of individual free choice prompted alone by the desirability of the...

... substantial lessening of competition has been given immunity where the acquired company was a failing one. See...and risky product; the suggestion is that such a manufacturer may find it essential, simply in order to acquire and retain outlets, to guarantee his distributors some degree of territorial insulation as...inference is to the contrary. The motivations of White Motor and its distributors and dealers are inextricably intertwined; the distributors and dealers are each acquainted with the contracts and have...

...during the entire time he operated it. (4) One route dealer who acquired his route from a terminated route dealer and who never sought to purchase from The News...York City, but was not a direct account of Lanvin. It acquired Lanvin's products from other retail stores for less than the stipulated.... They allege that The News combined with its franchise dealers and others to prevent them from acquiring copies of The News in order to protect the franchise dealers...

...insure that a manufacturer's motive for a vertical restriction is not simply to acquiesce in his distributors' desires to limit competition among themselves. The Supreme Court has recognized that...

...acquired simply because a similar suit is later filed in a state court." The court has selected the latest of several possible dates for fixing the point of substantial federal...

.... Subsequently the (Beerman) business expanded and grew by the opening of new stores and the acquisition of existing stores in the Dayton area. During the period from 1957 through 1965, the years involved in the...

...," id., at 27, 29, 45, "attempts . . . to influence," id., at 28, and "buy[ing] influence," id., at 45. But this general language acquires concrete meaning only in light of the...

.... Dellapia's one-count indictment and jury trial for violating the Comstock Act followed. At the conclusion of the government's case, Dellapia moved for a judgment of acquittal on...

.... The erection of obstacles to the acquisition of membership consequently can make it difficult, if not impossible, for non-members to get any of the news furnished by AP or any of the individual...by its owners. Rather, these publishers have, by concerted arrangements, pooled their power to acquire, to purchase, and to dispose of news reports through the channels of commerce. They have also...such a breach." Of course, one who has created or acquired something of value has a general right to use it according to the dictates of his own discretion, but this right of ownership is measured by...

...wholesale and retail distributor of competing products, Aladdin Oil pursued the opportunity to acquire a Texaco distributorship and entered into negotiations to purchase Service Oil. Aladdin Oil...to deal may not be used as a device to achieve some anticompetitive goal such as to acquire a monopoly, or to fix prices...

...had helped pass legislation and secured government decisions from which he benefitted financially. United States Senator Edward Gurney was acquitted of federal charges stemming from alleged influence...

...massacre, but only nine went to trial. Six of the nine were acquitted of all charges; the remaining three were acquitted of murder but convicted under the Enforcement Act of 1870, 16 Stat. 140, for banding...whatsoever, not even in the minutest degree; and is therefore to be totally acquitted and discharged, with commendation rather than blame." 4 W. Black-stone, Commentaries on the Laws of England 182...that "the right . . . to have full and equal benefit of all laws and proceedings concerning personal liberty, personal security, and the acquisition, enjoyment, and disposition of estate, real and...

...L.Ed. 810 (1912). There a group of competing railroads formed a terminal association which acquired all available means of access across the Mississippi River at St. Louis. Other railroads were...

...number of such towns is likely to increase as defendant has embarked on "a more aggressive Company inn expansion program." (PX-84, p. 3; Tr. 833-34). In some cases, defendant has even acquired a...percentage occupancy (Tr. 1631). Anyone could acquire this same information simply by telephoning defendant's central sales reservation offices (Tr. 1631-32) or by calling the inn directly. (Tr. 1667...). However, in January 1970, Fleck notified HI, Inc. of his interest in acquiring the Eaton property in order to erect a Holiday Inn in lieu of the proposed addition to the existing inn. (Tr. 433-34...

...saw, heard, and knew what was going on but he adopted a "hands-off" policy. Hence, by his silence he acquiesed in the actions of others...knowingly, acquiesced in plans for retaliation against such officers. He did not close his eyes nor his ears to the plan to impose a penalty for their political support. He kept his mouth shut, and...

...patterns of citizen behavior in acquiring political information and prior methods of candidate communications with citizens. When citizens congregate in very large numbers for frequent community events...sources to acquire political information — some may rely heavily on a certain newspaper, some on particular radio or television stations, some on websites — other means of communication, perhaps far more...Part III(c). The term "arms race" has acquired an almost talismanic quality in the course of this litigation, serving as a quip that answers every concern about Act 64's effect on...

.... It was resumed with indictment of The Indianapolis News and The New York World for disclosures and criticisms of the Panama Canal acquisition. Both were indicted in the District of Columbia and...good motives and for justifiable ends, the party shall be acquitted; and the jury shall have the right to determine the law and the fact." It would not be an...

...immediately acquainted with the course of proceedings. On this record we cannot say that both the hearing examiner and the Board abused that discretion, or that the Court of Appeals erred in...commerce; or for using the mails or instrumentalities of interstate commerce to distribute or acquire utility securities, or to negotiate, make, or take any step in performing, service, sales or...Act, deals only with a situation wherein a party to a proceeding wishes to introduce additional evidence which he has acquired independently and which will bolster his own case. The statute, by its...

...involves no restraint on what newspapers may publish or on the type or quality of information reporters may seek to acquire, nor does it threaten the vast bulk of confidential relationships between.... He also believed that "[s]elf-government can exist only insofar as the voters acquire the intelligence, integrity, sensitivity, and generous devotion to the general welfare...information, or the means of acquiring it, is but a Prologue to a Farce or a Tragedy; or, perhaps both. Knowledge will forever govern ignorance: And a people who mean to be their own Governors, must arm...

...black market proceeds from Vietnam; have served as a source of questionable financing for conglomerate and other corporate stock acquisitions, mergers and takeovers; have covered conspiracies to...to abnormally large transactions in currency, much of which information the bank as a party to the transaction already possesses or would acquire in its own interest. To the extent that the...stressed in their presentations to the District Court and to this Court that the recordkeeping and reporting requirements of the Bank Secrecy Act are focused in large part on the acquisition of information...

...and those associated with them may not be prohibited from acquainting persons with what they believe to be their legal rights and advising them to assert their rights by commencing or further...staff or even mere NAACP members or sympathizers would understandably hesitate, at an NAACP meeting or on any other occasion, to do what the decree purports to allow, namely, acquaint "persons with what...prohibit petitioner and those associated with it from acquainting colored persons with what it believes to be their rights, or from advising them to assert those rights in legal proceedings, but only from...

...cost thereof or when acquired by means other than purchase, an estimate of the value at the time of receipt. "5. List the identity of each trust or other fiduciary relation in...

...arrests took place before respondent became Commissioner. Although Dr. King had in fact been indicted (he was subsequently acquitted) on two counts of perjury, each of which carried a possible five...

...acquiesced in this procedure, and both sides dealt with customer limitations in examining witnesses. The District Court made specific findings and conclusions with respect to the totality of the restraints on...

...authorized by the full panoply of state power and approval than from unconstitutional actions not so authorized or acquiesced in by the State. I find less than compelling the evidence that either... there would be no likely state approval of or even acquiescence in a conspiracy to coerce a state official to deny equal protection. Indeed it is difficult to...an independent examination of the legislative history of the relevant legislation or of the authorities drawn upon for the Classic construction. Acquiescence so founded does not preclude the...

...average will reflect only past patterns of citizen behavior in acquiring political information and prior methods of candidate communications with citizens. When citizens congregate in very large...' lives and voters turn to other sources to acquire political information — some may rely heavily on a certain newspaper, some on particular radio or television stations, some on websites — other means of..." has acquired an almost talismanic quality in the course of this litigation, serving as a quip that answers every concern about Act 64's effect on political speech. In fact, however, slogans about...

...Health, Education, and Welfare distributes funds for acquisition of physical equipment necessary for television transmission, subject to a local matching requirement and a per-state limitation on funding...assistance under this part [§§ 390-99] of the full amount necessary to acquire equipment to permit such licensee to comply with paragraph (1) of this subsection [sixty day retention of audio...some programs are produced with private funds. Also, it is true that some government funds are used for purposes other than the production of programs, such as construction or acquisition of equipment...

..." as "Republicans, adherents of other parties, and independents." The National Party does not assert that it has an interest in acquiring a list of Democratic voters for campaign purposes. The...pressure or harassment from employers, business associates, social acquaintances or party members, may be prevented from voting under Rule 2A but are able to vote under the open primary law...

...; and the Government's potential utilization of the acquired records — not ATT's — is the consequence feared, by reporter and confidential source alike. Governmental action thus pervades any clandestine.... And if ATT thus aided the breach of a decree enjoining the Government's unannounced and unapproved acquisition of particular toll-billing records, it would subject itself to appr...). That observation, however, simply does not address the issue whether governmental acquisition of toll records burdens news-gathering as severely as does compelling reporters personally to betray their...

...agreement that is at the center of the controversy. In 1957, Hunt acquired from the Libyan government an oil concession known as the Sarir field. Three years later, Hunt assigned an undivided one-half...-lived. On September 22, 1971, the OPEC nations passed Resolutions XXV.139 and 140 concerning, respectively, "participation" ( i.e., government acquisition of an equity interest in an oil...% nationalized; it immediately acquiesced in the action. On September 1, the Libyans issued a decree nationalizing 51% of the interests in concessions held by Exxon, Mobil, Shell, Socal, Texaco, ARCO, Grace and...

...York laws controlling dissemination of child pornography. After a jury trial, Ferber was acquitted of the two counts of promoting an obscene...

..., supra, at 572. They extend as well to "safeguard . . . the security of interests that a person has already acquired in specific benefits." Id., at 576. The test for whether a protected...

...occupations of life, to acquire useful knowledge, to marry, establish a home and bring up children, to worship God according to the dictates of his own conscience, and generally to enjoy those privileges long...

...is abundantly clear from the record in this case that Coors representatives have used the explicit or implicit threat or speedy termination is often successful in efforts to force the acquiescence of...Commission has found that it is abundantly clear that Coors representatives have used the explicit or implicit threat of speedy termination in efforts to force acquiescence of its distributors in...

...corporate defendant and the individual defendant on several counts of the indictment thereunder. The Appellate Division reversed all convictions and entered judgments of acquittal. We now affirm these...judgments of acquittal. I Defendants are Lawn King, Inc. (Lawn King), a New Jersey corporation organized in August 1970, and...verdict, (2) for a directed verdict of acquittal n.o.v., and (3) for a new trial were denied by the trial court at this point. In a second reported opinion...

...relevant here) and has been in that business since 1957, when it acquired the Birtman Electric Co. Birtman had previously manufactured vacuum cleaners for Sears, under the Kenmore label. Whirlpool continued...Whirlpool at the behest and insistence of Sears, a much larger purchaser of Whirlpool vacuum cleaners than Oreck. Sears' association with Whirlpool extended back to 1925, when Sears acquired 750 shares of...

..., 97 S.Ct. at 2562 n. 28. The Post, noting the dealers' acquiescence and participation in the territorial scheme, seeks to characterize the restraint as horizontal, thus...

...lease shall any portion of this Shopping Center, or any additional property that may be acquired adjacent thereto be leased to a chain super market handling food products of a nature competitive with...

..., well acquainted as they were with the excesses of governmental power, did not intend to grant this Court such omnipotent lawmaking authority as that. The history of governments proves that it is...

.... (c) Required acquiescence by two copractitioners also has no rational connection with a patient's needs and unduly infringes on her physician's right to practice. Pp. 198...he fails in this, professional censure and deprivation of his license are available remedies. Required acquiescence by co-practitioners has no rational connection with a patient's needs and unduly...contract, to engage in any of the common occupations of life, to acquire useful knowledge, to marry, establish a home and bring up children, to worship God according to the dictates of his own...

...to the last and grant it to one who momentarily yields but is restored to virtue by the vision of treble damages. It is not the momentary acquiescence but the punishment for refusing to acquiesce that...wholesalers to maintain retail prices. . . ." Id., at 45. The combination with retailers arose because their acquiescence in the suggested prices was secured by threats of termination; the combination..., he might successfully have claimed that respondent had combined with other carriers because the firmly enforced price policy applied to all carriers, most of whom acquiesced in it. See...

...acquaint himself with daily and weekly shipments." The defendants direct us to Smith v. California ( 361 U.S. 147) and urge that our...could nevertheless acquit him if it found that the Government had not proved his guilt beyond a reasonable doubt." ( Supra, p. 70.) And further, "The process of making the determination of...here, introduced no expert witnesses but merely the offending material, the majority held for acquittal and required as a prerequisite to conviction, the introduction of expert testimony by the...

...this group would acquiesce in the assertion of a privilege by the very individuals alleged to have fostered such system-wide bias. The minimal invasion of privacy the students might suffer, weighed...

...vendors of drugs and druggists' supplies, who are unwilling to acquiesce in and submit to the prices so fixed by it, from buying at any price the drugs and druggists' supplies...

...conspiracies to monopolize, "it is . . . monopoly power, whether lawfully or unlawfully acquired, [that] may itself constitute an evil and stand condemned under § 2 evn though it remains unexercised...monopolize violates § 2 even though monopoly power was never acquired." Griffith, 334 U.S. at 107 n. 9..., 92 L.Ed. 1260 (1948) for the proposition that a § 1 conspiracy merely requires proof of acquiescence in conduct with knowledge that it was anticompetitive...

... Court, for the purposes of this case, that this pattern of de facto Presidential control and congressional acquiescence gives rise to appellant's legitimate...any such material that would not be of general historical interest? "MR. McCREE: I must concede, being acquainted with some historians, that it's difficult to conceive of anything that might not be...about what might happen, but the regulations haven't even been promulgated and acquiesced in so that they have become effective." Tr. of Oral Arg. 38-40. "[Mr. HERZSTEIN, for the private appellees...

...' acquiescence in the suggested prices of the manufacturer is not "a matter of individual free choice prompted alone by the desirability of the product", an agreement or combination in violation of the.... at 513. The manufacturer may not induce the acquiescence of some retailers by promising the adherence of others or institute a program of making threats or a system for detection and reporting...office personnel or occurred with the knowledge and acquiescence of such personnel, or under circumstances in which it was the business duty of such personnel to have such knowledge. Cf. United States v...

...to all carriers, most of whom acquiesced in it. 390 U.S. at 150 n.6...all service station dealers, and (3) was acquiesced in by most of them. Taken together, then, Parke, Davis and Albrecht stand for the basic proposition that use of coercion that achieves..., 88 S.Ct. at 871 ("The combination with retailers [in Parke, Davis] arose because their acquiescence in the suggested prices was secured by...

...: ". . . the plea of auterfoits acquit, or a former acquittal, is grounded on this universal maxim of the common law of England, that no man is to be brought into jeopardy...plea . . . ." Likewise Blackstone stated that "the plea of auterfoits acquit, or a former acquittal, is grounded on this universal maxim of the common law of England, that no man is to be brought...the plaintiffs in error had been expressly acquitted of the greater offense, whereas in the present case petitioner relies on an "implied acquittal" based on his conviction of the lesser offense of...

...area. We are all acquainted with the trials and tribulations of James Joyce's masterpiece, "Ulysses" (also soporific) before an individual was legally permitted to peruse it. There are a myriad of...acquisition of obscenity by consenting adults: (1) prevention of anti-social behavior assertedly caused by viewing such material; (2) protection of the individual's morality by restricting his access to it...

...acquired a content that conveys to any interested person a sufficiently accurate concept of what is forbidden. Last term, after thorough consideration of the problem of vagueness in legislation affecting.... A satisfactory adjustment of the conflicting interests is difficult as those who desire to broadcast can hardly acquiesce in a requirement to modulate their sounds to a pitch...

...acquisitive instincts of those who inhabit every business and profession to a greater or lesser extent gives any reason to think that such persons will not do everything they can to generate demand for...

...middle ages as to whether a law could become inoperative through long-continued desuetude. In England, however, the idea of prescription Page 512 and the acquisition or loss of rights merely by the...Amendment may not be conclusive, the words "due process" acquired specific meaning from Anglo-American experience. As MR. JUSTICE BRENNAN...Comstock's religious and social philosophy is to acquit him of any lack of logic. Obscenity was to Anthony poison to soul and body, and anything remotely touching upon sex was to his mind obscene. He seems...

...least burdensome methods by which the State can achieve its legitimate objectives in supervising the acquisition of ballot positions. We simply hold that a scheme which provides a method of access...supporters of the independent candidacy of Mr. McCarthy to equal treatment with partisan candidates and their supporters in the acquisition of a position on the ballot. See...

...areas in which the acquired newspapers circulated. The final acquisition to which plaintiffs refer occurred in April, 1972, when DRI acquired The Fremont News Register...of these acquired free shoppers. As part of the acquisition from News Observer, Inc., DRI also obtained from the seller corporation and its stockholders, Abraham Kofman, Morton Kofman and Kenneth...Sparks adopted the independent dealer system for distribution of The Daily Review. Thereafter this system was used for distribution of each daily newspaper acquired by Sparks or DRI so that in...

...(1967). The fourth amendment seems applicable to governmental acquisition of information whatever means are chosen, see generally California..., and even spouses need not have access to the forms prior to filing, since only the employee must verify and sign the form. Family members could acquire the information only as a result of the public...

...U.S. 848; a bookseller indicted for selling the same book was acquitted in California. "God's Little Acre" was held to be obscene in Massachusetts, not obscene in New York and Pennsylvania...

...text. It is not disputed that Greene owned and held title to all goods he acquired from General Foods. He stored them in his warehouses at his own expense and at his risk...meaningful sense. Petitioners apparently accepted many of these restraints solely because their acquiescence was necessary to obtain an otherwise attractive business opportunity. . . . We therefore...the plaintiff is representative of the small businessman who acquiesces in or is coerced into a program or pattern of conduct violative of the antitrust laws because of the disproportionate bargaining...

...comprise a unit. The dealer, unlike the consumer, acquires no absolute ownership in the article; he buys subject to the implied obligation to resell in accordance with the intentions of the trademark...

... or prevented its dealers from offering services desired by consumers. Even if the maximum price agreement acquired all of the attributes of a minimum-price-fixing scheme, USA still...artificially low and uncompetitive levels." ¶ 27, App. 17. Respondent alleged that petitioner "has solicited its dealers and distributors to participate or acquiesce in the conspiracy and has used threats...maximum price approaches the actual cost of the dealer, the scheme tends to acquire all the attributes of an arrangement fixing minimum prices." Ibid. Respondent alleges...

...risk of malpractice suits also ensures that the physician will acquire whatever information he finds necessary before performing the abortion. See Utah Code Ann. § 78-14-5 (1977). Moreover, "[i...

...this opinion represent facts found by the Court. Raygram-Hornstein, Inc. (hereinafter "Raygram"), is a division of Interphoto, having been acquired in July, 1967. It is engaged in...largest wholesale distributor. In July, 1967, after Interphoto's acquisition of Raygram, Interphoto entered into a contract with Minolta for the nonexclusive distribution of Minolta...violations of the antitrust laws. Plaintiff urges a finding that Minolta's decision to terminate plaintiff's distributorship contract, because plaintiff continuously refused to acquiesce in these...

...rational means for making the acquisition and use of the devices more difficult. Moreover, incremental steps are not a defect in legislation under rational basis scrutiny, so Alabama did not act...

...serious and permanent threat to the mother's health, and instructed the jury to acquit Dr. Bourne if it found he had acted in a good-faith belief that the abortion was necessary for this purpose.... Id., at 693-694. The jury did acquit. Recently, Parliament enacted a new abortion law. This is the Abortion Act of 1967, 15 16 Eliz. 2, c. 87. The Act permits a licensed...of the patient," "sound clinical judgment," and "informed patient consent," in contrast to "mere acquiescence to the patient's demand." The resolutions asserted that abortion is a medical procedure...

...Brownwood, Texas. Letcher acquired a sole proprietorship in the Brownwood store in January of 1966. About the same time, Coors entered the Brownwood market. Letcher advertised Coors at...

..."horizontal, vertical, and coercive aspects": the goal of the union organization was "work acquisition" because the "union's efforts clearly were directed toward the elimination of teamster competition...

...Paramount decree to acquire a new facility. Competitors of the petitioner appeared as amici curiae to contest the proposed acquisition, claiming that petitioner's anticompetitive proclivities were...(and exhibitors) which require analysis under the rule of reason. General Cinema additionally claims that Buena Vista's "acquiescence," "consent" and "participation" in splits further establishes that...they benefit from them: . . . the Distributors are adamantly opposed to, and have not, do not and will not participate or acquiesce in any exhibitor split arrangement. The...

...apparently accepted many of these restraints solely because their acquiescence was necessary to obtain an otherwise attractive business opportunity. The argument that such conduct by petitioners defeats...

...publicly announced in November of 1984. (Tran. 1, p. 36.) HCA acquired Wesley on July 11, 1985. The acquisition was effected to HCA Health Services of Kansas, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of HCA...HCA's pending acquisition of Wesley were relevant to HCA's decision to acquire HCP. (Tran. 19, p. 3181.) 73. HCA did not examine HCP's presence in Wichita in any great detail...between HCP and physicians' groups. (Dkt. 118, Reeves Depo., pp. 30-31.) 74. On August 14, 1985, HCA consummated its acquisition of HCP. HCA acquired the stock of HCP through a...

...), a case which, Bombardier argues teaches that the injury suffered by ESI is not compensable under the antitrust laws. Brunswick, the largest operator of bowling alleys, acquired several failing alleys...suit alleging that Brunswick's acquisitions might substantially lessen competition or tend to create a monopoly in violation of section 7 of the Clayton Act...contested before the Supreme Court, plaintiffs could not recover since the unlawfulness of the acquisitions was due to Brunswick's status as a "deep pocket" in a field populated by "pygmies" and there...

...commerce in the devices, which itself is a rational means for making the acquisition and use of the devices more difficult. Moreover, incremental steps are not a defect in legislation under rational...

...mere possession of such devices without the intent to promote them. Nevertheless, appellant argues that by inhibiting the citizen's ability to acquire obscene devices, the statute unconstitutionally...gratification." A similar argument — that a right to use or possess implies a right of access or acquisition — was repeatedly urged on the Supreme Court after its decision...

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