Pick Manufacturing Co. v. General Motors Corp.,
299 U.S. 3 (1936)

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Pick Manufacturing Co. v. General Motors Corp., 299 U.S. 3 (1937)

Pick Manufacturing Co. v. General Motors Corp.

No. 12

Argued October 13, 14, 1936

Decided October 26, 1936

299 U.S. 3


1. A form of contract by which dealers in automobiles agree with the manufacturers that they will not sell, offer for sale, or use in the repair of the vehicles, second hand or used parts or parts not manufactured or authorized by the manufacturer, is not violative of the Clayton Act if its effect has not been in any way substantially to lessen competition or to create a monopoly in any line of commerce. P. 299 U. S. 4.

2. Findings concurred in by the District Court and Circuit Court of Appeals are accepted by this Court unless clear error is shown. P. 299 U. S. 4.

80 F.2d 641 affirmed.

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