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- n. Plural form of noncompetitor.
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A good TQM company studies competitors and successful noncompetitors to reduce shortages, delays and defects.
My thought: The free speech claims we academics like to make, though usually in reference to noncommercial speech, are also very likely to be extended to competitors and even noncompetitors as the First Amendment provides ever more protection to commercial speech.
Although plaintiff alleged that defendant solicited trumped-up complaints on its site, which it would then use to extort money from targeted businesses, the Lanham Act doesn't cover false claims made by noncompetitors.
Collaborate with suppliers, distributors, and other noncompetitors to share educational development costs.
One possible argument: Given that Google doesn’t control search inquiries and that KinderStart pages are mixed in with lots of other non-search engine/directory pages for any given query, it’s uniquely impossible to separate out rankings of search engines from fully-protected rankings of noncompetitors.