Clayton Act

Definition of "Clayton Act"
  1. A federal law that modifies the Sherman Act and addresses antitrust rules and unjust trading activities
How to use "Clayton Act" in a sentence
  1. Under the Clayton Act, monopolistic practices among tech companies were investigated.
  2. The Clayton Act was invoked when certain corporations showed signs of monopolistic behaviors.
  3. Due to concerns over unfair trade practices, the Clayton Act was used for regulation.

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