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FTC V RAYMOND BROS.-CLARK CO., 263 U. S. 565 (1924)

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FTC v Raymond Bros.-Clark Co., 263 U.S. 565 (1924)

Federal Trade Commission v Raymond Bros.-Clark Company

No. 102

Argued November 27, 1923

Decided January 7, 1924

263 U.S. 565



In the absence of any element of conspiracy, monopoly, or oppression, a wholesale dealer, in interstate commerce, has a right to stop dealing with a manufacturer if he thinks that the manufacturer is undermining his trade by selling to a competing wholesaler or to a retailer competing with his customers, and such conduct is not an unfair method of competition within the meaning of the Trade Commission Act. P. 263 U. S. 572.

280 F. 529 affirmed.

Certiorari to a decree of the circuit court of appeals which set aside an order of the Federal Trade Commission.

Page 263 U. S. 568

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