The United States Supreme Court has held that in order to seek injunctive relief under the Clayton Act a private plaintiff must allege threatened loss or damage of the type antitrust laws were designed to prevent; loss of profits that plaintiff would sustain due to possible price competition following merger was not antitrust injury necessary to enjoin merger under Clayton Act.
Cargill, Inc. v. Monfort of Colorado, Inc., 107 S.Ct. 484 (1986).
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