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Consolidated Service Corp v. Robinson

U.S.
Jan 10, 1983
459 U.S. 1105 (1983)

Summary

holding that "in a tying arrangement, `the ordinary measure of damages would be the difference between the price actually paid for the tied product and the price at which the product could have been obtained on the open market'"

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Opinion

No. 82-658.

January 10, 1983.


C.A. 1st Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 685 F. 2d 729.


Summaries of

Consolidated Service Corp v. Robinson

U.S.
Jan 10, 1983
459 U.S. 1105 (1983)

holding that "in a tying arrangement, `the ordinary measure of damages would be the difference between the price actually paid for the tied product and the price at which the product could have been obtained on the open market'"

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holding that the receipt of a right-to-sue letter in a Title VII claim is a condition precedent rather than a jurisdictional prerequisite

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suit-filing requirements are also in nature of conditions precedent rather than jurisdictional

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Case details for

Consolidated Service Corp v. Robinson

Case Details

Full title:CONSOLIDATED SERVICE CORP. ET AL. v. ROBINSON, TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY OF D…

Court:U.S.

Date published: Jan 10, 1983

Citations

459 U.S. 1105 (1983)

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