Moog Industries, Inc. v. FTC,
355 U.S. 411 (1958)

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Moog Industries, Inc. v. FTC, 355 U.S. 411 (1958)

Moog Industries, Inc. v. Federal Trade Commission

No. 77

Argued January 14, 1958

Decided January 27,1958*

355 U.S. 411


The question whether a valid order of the Federal Trade Commission, directing one firm to cease and desist from engaging in illegal price discrimination in violation of § 2 of the Clayton Act, should go into effect before competing firms are similarly restrained is for determination by the Commission; it should be considered by a reviewing court only if raised before the Commission; and a determination of it by the Commission should not be overturned in the absence of a patent abuse of discretion. Pp. 355 U. S. 411-414.

238 F.2d 43 affirmed. 241 F.2d 37, judgment vacated and cause remanded.

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