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Efficiencies Save Landfill Merger, Supreme Court rules

W. Michael G. Osborne, Litigator, February 18, 2015

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A landfill merger that gave the buyer a monopoly and would prevent prices from falling was saved by efficiencies amounting to one-half of one person’s annual salary, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled recently in Tervita Corp. v. Canada (Commissioner of Competition).

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