Connecticut Law
Title 35 Trade Regulations, Trademarks And Collective And Certification Marks


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Connecticut Laws | Title 35 Trade Regulations, Trademarks And Collective And Certification Marks

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CHAPTER 624* CONNECTICUT ANTITRUST ACT

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Sec. 35-24. Short title: Connecticut Antitrust Act.

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Sec. 35-25. Definitions.

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Sec. 35-26. Restraint of trade or commerce unlawful.

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Sec. 35-27. Monopolization or attempt to monopolize unlawful.

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Sec. 35-28. Acts unlawful when purpose or effect is restraint of trade or commerce.

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Sec. 35-29. Acts unlawful where effect is substantial lessening of competition or creation of monopoly.

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Sec. 35-30. Application of chapter.

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Sec. 35-31. Exceptions.

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Sec. 35-32. Attorney General to bring actions in the name of state or as parens patriae.

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Sec. 35-32a. Funds received by state re antitrust actions deposited in General Fund.

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Sec. 35-33. Superior Court jurisdiction.

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Sec. 35-34. Injunctive relief.

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Sec. 35-35. Treble damages for injury to business or property.

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Sec. 35-36. Final judgment in action brought by Attorney General as prima facie evidence.

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Sec. 35-36a. Proceedings for forfeiture of franchise.

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Sec. 35-37. Copies of complaints to Attorney General.

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Sec. 35-38. Civil penalties for violations.

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Sec. 35-39. Liability of legal or commercial entity for acts of agents.

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Sec. 35-40. Limitation of actions. Accrual of cause of action for continuing violation.

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Sec. 35-41. Suspension of statute of limitations.

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Sec. 35-42. Investigation of alleged violation. Issuance of subpoenas and written interrogatories. Enforcement of compliance. Cooperation.

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Sec. 35-43. Attachment.

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Sec. 35-44. Actions and proceedings to be in accordance with civil actions statutes.

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Sec. 35-44a. Attorney General to bring actions in federal court on behalf of state government, local government, and other political subdivisions.

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Sec. 35-44b. Judicial construction of Connecticut Antitrust Act.

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Sec. 35-45. Price discrimination prohibited in commercial transactions. Rebuttal of prima-facie case.

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Sec. 35-46. Joint research and development ventures.

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Secs. 35-47 to 35-49.

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