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Kypta v. McDonald's Corp.

U.S.
Oct 4, 1982
459 U.S. 857 (1982)

Summary

holding that "injury resulting from a tie-in must be shown by establishing that payments for both the tied and tying products exceeded their combined fair market value"

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Opinion

No. 82-6.

October 4, 1982.


ORDERS

C.A. 11th Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 671 F. 2d 1282.


Summaries of

Kypta v. McDonald's Corp.

U.S.
Oct 4, 1982
459 U.S. 857 (1982)

holding that "injury resulting from a tie-in must be shown by establishing that payments for both the tied and tying products exceeded their combined fair market value"

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holding that a not-for-profit tax-exempt theater organization created to serve local black and Hispanic communities had standing to bring civil rights claims against county officials who allegedly denied the organizations funding application for racial reasons

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stating that insurance against intentional torts is against public policy

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Case details for

Kypta v. McDonald's Corp.

Case Details

Full title:KYPTA v. MCDONALD'S CORP. et al

Court:U.S.

Date published: Oct 4, 1982

Citations

459 U.S. 857 (1982)

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