OpenTable was the first mover in the world of booking orders for restaurants around the globehttps://www.vox.com/2018/10/19/17698428/resy-restaurant-reservations-startup-opentable. After obtaining notoriety, they issued a massive IPOhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-opentable-idUSTRE5464CJ20090507 andhttps://press.opentable.com/news-releases/news-release-details/opentable-inc-prices-initial-public-offering/ resulting in a stock price….
The Wisconsin Unfair Sales Act mandated that gasoline retailers mark up gasline prices at least 9.18 percent over wholesale prices
The Wisconsin Unfair Sales Act mandated that gasoline retailers mark up gasline prices at least 9.18 percent over wholesale prices. As gasoline prices increased, Flying J, a company that operates several travel plazas, did not wish to mark-up its gas or diesel as much as the law required, so they sued to have the law struck down as violating antitrust law. The District Court granted the plaintiff’s motion for summary judgment, issuing a permanent injuction against enforcement of the law, claiming that it was preempted by the Sherman Act. How do you believe this case was finally resolved on appeal, and why?