“Just the Facts” • The Texas Supreme Court Develops an Objective Test for Predatory Pricing: Caller-Times Publishing Co. v. Triad Communications, Inc. 826 S.W.2d 576 (Tex. 1992)

Date

1992

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Publisher

Texas Tech Law Review

Abstract

Discusses the case, Caller-Times Publishing Co. v. Triad Communications. The case concerns predatory pricing. During the process of appealing the decision, the Texas Supreme Court revised the existing approaches for defining predatory pricing. This article discusses previous approaches to predatory pricing and alternative approaches to evaluating predatory pricing.

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Keywords

Caller-Times Publishing Co. v. Triad Communications, Predatory pricing, Antitrust law, Conclusive presumption, Rebuttable presumption, Quasi-conclusive presumption, Texas Antitrust Act, Texas Free Enterprise Act

Citation

23 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 1119