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Brunswick Corp. v. Federal Trade Commission

U.S.
Apr 5, 1982
456 U.S. 915 (1982)

Summary

holding that 1962(c) requires a "sufficient nexus between the racketeering activities and the affairs of the enterprise" and rejecting the requirement of "benefit" to the enterprise

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Opinion

No. 81-1288.

April 5, 1982.


C.A. 8th Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 657 F. 2d 971.


Summaries of

Brunswick Corp. v. Federal Trade Commission

U.S.
Apr 5, 1982
456 U.S. 915 (1982)

holding that 1962(c) requires a "sufficient nexus between the racketeering activities and the affairs of the enterprise" and rejecting the requirement of "benefit" to the enterprise

Summary of this case from Yellow Bus Lines, Inc. v. Local Union 639

holding that 1962(c) requires a "sufficient nexus between the racketeering activities and the affairs of the enterprise" and rejecting the requirement of "benefit" to the enterprise

Summary of this case from Yellow Bus Lines, Inc. v. Local Union 639

finding maximum hiring rule for pilots justified by "credible and persuasive" evidence that best experience for flight captain position was experience with same airline in lower-level flight job

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concealing material information from client

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Case details for

Brunswick Corp. v. Federal Trade Commission

Case Details

Full title:BRUNSWICK CORP. ET AL. v. FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION ET AL

Court:U.S.

Date published: Apr 5, 1982

Citations

456 U.S. 915 (1982)

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