Colorado Antitrust Questions & Answers

Q: Antitrust if a large Corp was willing to restructure debt contingent on defaulting a lease of their competitor

1 Answer | Asked in Antitrust for Colorado on
Answered on May 2, 2017
Glenn B. Manishin's answer
It's not possible to give a solid antitrust view of this issue with the facts you supplied. Generally. a firm can act to harm competitors, by any means, if it acts alone -- unless it has monopoly power in the relevant market. Putting competitors out of business is encouraged...that's what's competition is all about. You may have a "business tort"

claim, but not an antitrust cause of actin.

Q: If two names are on a contract for a storage unit dont both party's have to be present in order to make any changes

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Criminal Law and Antitrust for Colorado on
Answered on Apr 27, 2017
Tristan Kenyon Schultz's answer
It depends on the nature of the two parties classification on the rental agreement. Review the rental agreement for details.

Q: Regarding CO HOA. ANtitrust?

1 Answer | Asked in Antitrust and Real Estate Law for Colorado on
Answered on Mar 13, 2017
Tristan Kenyon Schultz's answer
It is not an antitrust matter. The HOA does not meet the requirements to be subject to antitrust laws. HOA requirements of a purchase from a particular dealer arguably have a rational basis to allow the hyper-conformity that some HOAs require (no comment on whether HOAs de facto transform home ownership into rentals via hyper-restrictive rules). Colorado is very lax is allowing HOAs to have the ability to micromanage property owners exterior appearances. While there a limits (most related to...

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