Straus v. American Publishers Association

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Straus v. American Publishers Ass'n
Argued March 7, 1913
Decided December 1, 1913
Full case nameStraus & Straus v. American Publishers Association
Citations231 U.S. 222 (more)
34 S. Ct. 84; 58 L. Ed. 192
Holding
An agreement that is manifestly anti-competitive and illegal under the Sherman Antitrust Act cannot be justified by copyright.
Court membership
Chief Justice
Edward D. White
Associate Justices
Joseph McKenna · Oliver W. Holmes Jr.
William R. Day · Horace H. Lurton
Charles E. Hughes · Willis Van Devanter
Joseph R. Lamar · Mahlon Pitney
Case opinion
MajorityDay, joined by unanimous

Straus v. American Publishers Association, 231 U.S. 222 (1913), was a United States Supreme Court case in which the Court held an agreement that is manifestly anti-competitive and illegal under the Sherman Antitrust Act cannot be justified by copyright.[1]

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  1. ^ Straus v. American Publishers Ass'n, 231 U.S. 222 (1913).

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