SECONDARY-LINE INJURY

SECONDARY-LINE INJURY

secondary-line injury. Antitrust. Under the price-discrimination provisions of the Robinson¨CPatman Act, the act of hindering or seeking to hinder competition among a seller’s customers by selling substantially the same products at favorable prices to one customer, or a select group of customers, to the detriment of others. 15 USCA ¡ì 13(a). ? A secondary-line injury, which refers to competition among the seller’s customers, is distinguishable from a primary-line injury, which refers to the anticompetitive effects that predatory pricing has on the direct competitors of the seller. Cf. PRIMARY-LINE INJURY Y.
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