franchise - rule of reason

Under federal antitrust law, a method for judging illegality. Under the laws, certain practices are presumed to be illegal “per se” without regard to the precise harm they have caused or the business justification for their use. Other practices are judged under the “Rule of Reason,” under which the practices are generally deemed illegal only if, on balance, they harm competition. Also see “Antitrust Law.”

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