LAW 531T Apply Week 2 Assessment (100% Correct)
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Week 2 Apply Assessment Below is a copy of a 2005 complaint filed by the U.S. Justice Department against the Zeon Chemical company for antitrust violations. Read through the complaint and answer the following questions. You have ONE attempt at this Apply Assessment. There is no time limit but you must finish and submit your answers by the due date and time. That means that if you start this assessment too late in the week and you are still working on it when the due date and time are reached, the assessment will automatically submit with what you have finished and any unanswered questions will be counted as incorrect. Do not wait until the last minute. Start the assessment early and use the time to look-up material that you need to consult so that you can answer the question. ______________________________________________________________________________ BARBARA J. NELSON (CSBN 87952) BRIGID S. BIERMANN (CSBN 231705) Antitrust Division No. CR 05 0017 SI INFORMATION VIOLATION: Title 15, United States Code, Section 1 (Price Fixing) San Francisco Venue The United States of America, acting through its attorneys, charges: I. DESCRIPTION OF THE OFFENSE 1. ZEON CHEMICALS L.P. is made a defendant on the charge stated below. 2. Beginning on or about May 14, 2002, and continuing until on or about December 31, 2002, defendant and co-conspirators participated in a combination and conspiracy to suppress and eliminate competition by increasing and maintaining the price of acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber (“NBR”) sold in the United States and elsewhere. The combination and conspiracy engaged in by the defendant and co-conspirators was in unreasonable restraint of interstate and foreign trade and commerce in violation of Section 1 of the Sherman Act (15 U.S.C. § 1). 3. The charged combination and conspiracy consisted of a continuing agreement, understanding, and concert of action among the defendant and co-conspirators, the substantial term of which was to suppress and eliminate competition by increasing and maintaining the price of NBR in the United States and elsewhere. 4. For the purpose of forming and carrying out the charged combination and conspiracy, the defendant and co-conspirators did those things that they combined and conspired to do, including, among other things: 1. participating in conversations and meetings to discuss prices of NBR to be sold in the United States and elsewhere; 2. agreeing, during those conversations and meetings, to raise and maintain prices of NBR to be sold in the United States and elsewhere; and 3. issuing price announcements and price quotations in accordance with the agreements reached. II. DEFENDANT AND CO-CONSPIRATORS 5. The defendant is an entity organized and existing under the laws of the state of Delaware, with its principal place of business in Louisville, Kentucky. During the period covered by this Information, the defendant and its subsidiaries sold NBR in the United States and elsewhere. 6. Various corporations and individuals, not made defendants in this Information, participated as co-conspirators in the offense charged herein and performed acts and made statements in furtherance of it. 7. Whenever in this Information reference is made to any act, deed, or transaction of any corporation, the allegation means that the corporation engaged in the act, deed, or transaction by or through its officers, directors, employees, agents, or other representatives while they were actively engaged in the management, direction, control, or transaction of its business or affairs. III. TRADE AND COMMERCE 8. NBR is used to manufacture, among other things, hoses, belting, cable, o-rings, seals, adhesives, and sealants. 9. During the period covered by this Information, the defendant and co-conspirators manufactured, sold, and distributed NBR in a continuous and uninterrupted flow of interstate and foreign trade and commerce to customers located in states or countries other than the states or countries in which the defendant and co-conspirators produced NBR. 10. The business activities of the defendant and co-conspirators that are the subject of this Information were within the flow of, and substantially affected, interstate trade and commerce. IV. JURISDICTION 11. The combination and conspiracy charged in this Information was carried out, in part, in the United States within the five years preceding the filing of this Information. 1. What is the stated cause of action? o an attempt to suppress and eliminate competition o combination and conspiracy to increase and maintain the price of NBR o unreasonable restraint of interstate and foreign trade and commerce o all of the above 15 / 15 (100.0%) 2. Which antitrust law did the defendant violate? o Clayton Act o Taft-Hartley Act o Federal Trade Commission Act o Sherman Act 14 / 14 (100.0%) 3. Which of the following is NOT an element of this complaint? o a description of the defendant and co-conspirators o an explanation of the offense o a description of the legal action that will be taken against the defendant o a conclusion that the defendant’s actions significantly affected interstate commerce 14 / 14 (100.0%) 4. Which of the following was an illegal act by the defendant? o embezzling funds to maintain their business structure o participating in conversations and agreements with co-conspirators to maintain the price of their product o raising the price of their product o using deceptive practices to lie to consumers about the actual price of the product 14 / 14 (100.0%) 5. This is an example of which type of trade restraint? o horizontal o vertical o monopoly o none of the above 14 / 14 (100.0%) 6. Which method did Zeon Chemicals L.P. use to restrain trade, based on the complaint? o division of markets o exclusive dealing agreement o price fixing o all of the above 14 / 14 (100.0%)

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