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This is the name for the philosophy most commonly used by the United States court system when dealing with antitrust laws. It replaced the per se rule. This rule states that a business having a monopoly over its field is not in itself a violation of antitrust laws. Under this rule, a company is only in violation of the law if it is actively engaging in anticompetitive behavior.

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