[Solved] Sherman Act.
Sherman Act. An agreement that is blatantly and substantially anticompetitive is deemed a per se violation of Section 1 of the Sherman Act. Under what rule is an agreement analyzed if it appears to be anticompetitive but is not a per se violation? In making this analysis, what factors will a court consider?
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