The increasingly widespread implementation of dual distribution as a production-distribution technique, coupled with a heightened awareness of the potential for competitive abuse inherent therein, has provided impetus to the search for means by which this practice may effectively be regulated. This comment considers whether the price discrimination provisions of the Robinson-Patman Act might be the appropriate vehicle through which such regulation could be effectuated.
Effective Regulation of Dual Distribution: A Robinson-Patman Approach,
1967 Duke Law Journal
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