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U.S. V. Colgate & Co. 250 U.S. 300 (1919) is a US antitrust case in which the United States Supreme Court noted that a company has the power to decide with whom to do business. Per the Colgate Doctrine a company may unilaterally terminate business with any other company without triggering a violation of the antitrust laws.This case created an exception to vertical price restraints in vertical agreements.

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