Those persons who delve into the sometimes esoteric and sometimes shockingly practical world of the antitrust laws have noticed a markedly increased emphasis on both private and public enforcement efforts in recent years. One need look no further than the attacks against groups once thought to be immune, I action by Congress, and substantially increased state enforcement to see a vigorous movement to assure that no violation goes unnoticed and unpunished, and that private parties are compensated three-fold for injuries suffered by reason of illegal anticompetitive activity.
Socking it to Plaintiffs: Supreme Court Antitrust Decisions in 1976-77 Term,
U. Rich. L. Rev.
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