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Examples of behaviors that are typically considered to be per se violations of antitrust law:
Price Fixing
Collusion to Restrain Output
Division of Market Territories

Examples of behaviors typically judged according to the rule of reason.
Tying, Requirement, and Exclusive Dealing Contracts
    Price fixing and collusion to restrain output are, essentially, the same behavior. As we know from simple demand and supply analysis, restricting output causes price to increase.

    Most of these behaviors we're already familiar with, however we will examine mergers in a bit more detail.

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