restraint of competition

  • 1 restraint of competition — ограничение свободы конкуренции, обычно рассматривается как нарушение антитрестовского законодательства (anti trust law). См. Зыков P.O. Ordre public нормы антимонопольного права европейского союза как основание для отмены решения арбитража//МКА …

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  • 2 restraint of trade — 1: an act, fact, or means of curbing the free flow of commerce or trade covenant not to compete with an employer after leaving is in restraint of trade and must be reasonable to be enforced 2: an attempt or intent to eliminate or stifle… …

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  • 3 Competition law theory — covers the strands of thought relating to competition law or antitrust policy. Contents 1 Classical perspective 2 Neo classical synthesis 3 Chicago School 4 Othe …

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  • 4 restraint — re‧straint [rɪˈstreɪnt] noun [countable, uncountable] a rule or principle limiting what countries, companies etc can sell, advertise, buy etc: • Beijing promised to ease import restraints and buy more U.S. products. • The regulations were ruled… …

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  • 5 restraint of trade — n. interruption of the free movement of goods in commerce; restriction or prevention of business competition, as by monopoly, price fixing, etc …

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  • 6 Competition law in the United Kingdom — United Kingdom competition law is affected by both British and European elements. The Competition Act 1998 and the Enterprise Act 2002 are the most important statutes for cases with a purely national dimension. However if the effect of a business …

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  • 7 Competition law — Antitrust redirects here. For the 2001 film, see Antitrust (film). For laws specific to the U.S., see United States antitrust law. Competition law Basic concepts …

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  • 8 restraint — Confinement, abridgment, or limitation. Prohibition of action; holding or pressing back from action. Hindrance, confinement, or restriction of liberty. Obstruction, hindrance or destruction of trade or commerce. See restraint of trade stop. @… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 9 Restraint of trade — Contract law Part o …

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  • 10 restraint of trade — action tending to interrupt the free flow of goods and services, as by price fixing and other practices that have the effect of reducing competition. [1885 90] * * * Preventing of free competition in business by some action or condition such as… …

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  • 11 competition — Contest between two rivals. The effort of two or more parties, acting independently, to secure the business of a third party by the offer of the most favorable terms; also the relations between different buyers or different sellers which result… …

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  • 12 restraint of trade — Combinations and practices interfering unreasonably with the normal production and supply of commodities by the suppression of competition therein, or by other means; an instrument of monopoly. 36 Am J1st Monop etc § 2. A contractual restriction… …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 13 restraint of trade — noun any act that tends to prevent free competition in business • Hypernyms: ↑restraint …

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  • 14 restraint of trade — noun An agreement that prevents fair competition on the open market, such as an agreement by one party to hire a second party to work within a profession on the condition that the second party will not compete against the first …

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  • 15 restraint of trade — noun Law 1》 action that interferes with free competition in a market. 2》 a clause in a contract that restricts a person s right to carry on their trade or profession …

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  • 16 restraint of trade — A term in a contract that restricts a person s right to carry on his or her trade or profession. An example, in a contract covering the sale of a business, would be a clause that attempts to restrict the seller s freedom to set up in competition… …

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  • 17 restraint of trade — UK / US noun [uncountable] business the act of preventing free competition in business, in a way that is unfair …

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  • 18 restraint of trade — /rɪˌstreɪnt əv treɪd/ noun 1. a situation where employees are not allowed to use their knowledge in another company if they change jobs 2. an attempt by companies to fix prices, create monopolies or reduce competition, which could affect free… …

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  • 19 restraint of trade — /rɪˌstreɪnt əv treɪd/ noun 1. a situation where employees are not allowed to use their knowledge in another company on changing jobs 2. an attempt by companies to fix prices, create monopolies or reduce competition, which could affect free trade …

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  • 20 restraint of trade — Gen Mgt, HR a term in a contract of employment that restricts a person from carrying on their trade or profession if they leave an organization. Generally illegal, it is usually intended to prevent key employees from leaving an organization to… …

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