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“Woodman’s Food Market, Inc. v. Clorox Co. – Renewed Focus on the Robinson-Patman Act (Price Discrimination)”

One of the most complex (and confusing) statutes within the federal antitrust statutory scheme, the Robinson-Patman Act (the price discrimination statute) has largely been off the litigation radar over the past twenty years. However, a fascinating civil action currently on appeal to the Seventh Circuit from the Western District Court of Wisconsin highlights renewed interest in this (almost) forgotten area of law. At issue is the proper application of (and distinctions between) Sections 2(a), 2(d) and 2(e) of the Robinson-Patman Act, pertaining to the proper characterization of sales, discounts, promotional services, slotting, trade allowances, product packaging, and any applicable defenses.

Todd R. Seelman
Robin E. Alexander
Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith, LLP

Todd Seelman, Chair, CBA Antitrust Subcommittee


The cost for CBA Antitrust members is $15.00 for a box lunch and $10.00 without lunch. The cost for non-Antitrust Law members is $20.00 for a box lunch and $15.00 without lunch. Please specify if you would like a vegetarian lunch. You can also attend by teleconference for $10.00. Students are welcome to attend the program, free of charge. Please RSVP online or via

Reservations must be received by noon on Monday, June 6.

Submitted for 1 general CLE credit
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By: Colorado Bar Association