Times-Picayune Publishing Co. v. United States
|Times-Picayune Publishing Co. v. United States|
|Argued March 11, 1953
Decided May 24, 1953
|Full case name||Times-Picayune Publishing Co. v. United States|
|Citations||345 U.S. 594 (more)
73 S.Ct. 872
|Prior history||Appeal from the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana|
|A publisher selling only combined insertions appearing in both its morning and evening papers does not violate the Sherman Act|
|Majority||Clark, joined by Vinson, Reed, Frankfurter, Jackson|
|Dissent||Burton, joined by Black, Douglas, Minton|
Times-Picayune Publishing Co. v. United States, 345 U.S. 594 (1953), is an antitrust law decision by the United States Supreme Court. In a 5–4 decision it held that a tie-in sale of morning and evening newspaper advertising space does not violate the Sherman Antitrust Act, because there was no market dominance in the tying product.
- List of United States Supreme Court cases, volume 345
- Northern Pacific R. Co. v. United States (1958), a similar case
- Jefferson Parish Hospital Dist. No. 2 v. Hyde (1984), a case involving "tying arrangements"
- United States v. Loew's Inc. (1962), a case on product bundling
- Markovits, Richard S. (1967). "Tie-ins, Reciprocity, and the Leverage Theory". Yale Law Journal 76 (7): 1397–1472. JSTOR 794828.
- Wollenberg, Keith K. (1987). "An Economic Analysis of Tie-In Sales: Re-Examining the Leverage Theory". Stanford Law Review 39 (3): 737–760. JSTOR 1228764.
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