City of Lafayette v. Louisiana Power & Light Co. (U.S. Sup. Ct. 1978)—Municipalities Are Exempt from Antitrust Statutes Only When Their Respective State Legislatures Authorize or Contemplate that They Engage in the Anticompetitive Conduct Pursuant to a State Policy to Displace Competition…..28:513

An Employer’s Competitive Restraints on Former Employees…..17:68

The Federal Unfair Trade Practice Standard After International Harvestor: When Is a Marketing Practice a Pure Omission?…..40:61

Group Life & Health Insurance Co. v. Royal Drug Co. (U.S. Sup. Ct. 1979)—“Pharmacy Agreements” Between Health Insurance Company and Pharmacies, Whereby Pharmacies Receive Reimbursement of Acquisition Costs for Prescription Drugs Furnished Policyholders at Two Dollars a Prescription, Is Not the “Business of Insurance”…..28:977

The Interplay of the Regimes of Antitrust, Competition and State Insurance Regulation on the Business of Insurance…..28:767

Max Factor & Co. v. Max Factor, 226 F. Supp. 120 (S.D. Cal. 1963)—Can an Individual Be Enjoined from the Use of His Own Name in His Own Business Operations, Where the Same or a Similar Name Has Been Used as a Trade Name by Another for Many Years?…..14:144

Missouri v. National Organization for Women, Inc., 620 F.2d 1301 (8th Cir. 1980)—The Sherman Act Is Inapplicable to a Politically Motivated but Economically Tooled Boycott Where Anticompetitive Methods Abut the First Amendment Right to Petition the Government…..30:383

Of Rum, Rights, and RICO: Are Plaintiffs Intoxicated with the Powers of Civil RICO? What Is Falling Victim to the Statute?…..40:577

Protection of Computer Software—A Hard Problem…..26:180

Section 43(a) of the Lanham Act—A Federal Unfair Competition Remedy…..25:228