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unfair competition

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  • n. In commercial law, any of various distinct areas of law which may give rise to criminal offenses and civil causes of action, usually including antitrust violations such as restraint of trade and predatory pricing, trademark infringement, passing off or palming off, and misappropriation of trade secrets.

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Examples

  • Recently the SFF had published an explosive rant charging that NASA was in fact an "illegal monopoly" whose ability to operate at a loss and still stay in business represented unfair competition to private firms.

    Deception Point

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