per se doctrine
Under this doctrine an activity such as price fixing can be declared as a violation of the antitrust laws without necessity of a court inquiring into the reasonableness of the activity.

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  • per se doctrine — Under the per se doctrine, if an activity is blatant in its intent and pernicious in its effect, a court need not inquire into the reasonableness of the same before determining that it is a violation of the antitrust laws. Connecticut Ass n of… …   Black's law dictionary

  • per se — /par siy/°sey/ By itself; in itself; taken alone; by means of itself; through itself; inherently; in isolation; unconnected with other matters; simply as such; in its own nature without reference to its relation. In law of defamation, certain… …   Black's law dictionary

  • per se violations — In anti trust law, term that implies that certain types of business agreements, such as pricefixing, are considered inherently anti competitive and injurious to the public without any need to determine if the agreement has actually injured market …   Black's law dictionary

  • per se — 1 /pər sā, ˌper ; pər sē/ adv [Latin, by, of, or in itself] 1: inherently, strictly, or by operation of statute, constitutional provision or doctrine, or case law the transaction was illegal per se see also negligence per se at negligence; …   Law dictionary

  • Negligence per se — is the legal doctrine whereby an act is considered negligent because it violates a statute (or regulation). In order to prove negligence per se, the plaintiff must show that the defendant violated the statute, the statute provides for a criminal… …   Wikipedia

  • Per ipsum — Rite tridentin Dans la liturgie catholique, le rite tridentin désigne la forme du rite romain employée dans l Église catholique entre le concile de Trente et la réforme liturgique entreprise par Paul VI à la fin des années 1960 qui fait évoluer… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Doctrine Mitterrand — Mitterrand et Sandro Pertini en 1982. La « Doctrine Mitterrand » est une expression désignant un engagement verbal pris, en 1985, par le président de la République française François Mitterrand à ne pas extrader les anciens activistes… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Doctrine des sacrements — Sacrement Christianisme Religions abrahamiques (arbre) Judaïsme · Christianisme · Islam Courants Arbre du christianisme Grandes confessions : Catholicisme · Orthodoxie · Protestantisme …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Doctrine des sept sacrements — Sacrement Christianisme Religions abrahamiques (arbre) Judaïsme · Christianisme · Islam Courants Arbre du christianisme Grandes confessions : Catholicisme · Orthodoxie · Protestantisme …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Exhaustion doctrine — This article is about the first sale doctrine as applied to patents. For the analogous first sale doctrine applicable to copyright, see First sale doctrine. Under the exhaustion doctrine, doctrine of exhaustion, or first sale doctrine, the first… …   Wikipedia

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