Hotel Condominiums: Federal Courts Dismiss Antitrust Claims

Homeowner associations of hotel condominiums have filed suit against developers and hotel management companies for illegal tying violations under the federal antitrust laws in two important cases. While these suits have been unsuccessful, the courts have chosen not to publish their decisions, making it difficult to find their rulings, and depriving the parties of the precedent which would provide leverage for cutting short such actions in future.   Read the article…………..


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