Washington Law Review


Eldon H. Reiley


Mr. Reiley analyzes Washington's complex Unfair Practices Act from the strengths and weaknesses of the defendant's position by tracing the various requirements and defenses of the act under two recent Washington Supreme Court decisions. To facilitate effective enforcement he offers specific suggestions for future interpretation of the act. Mr. Reiley especially urges that the intent to injure requirement be interpreted to require nothing more than proof of injury to a competitor and that the meeting competition defense be limited to require a seller to have actual knowledge of his competitor's current prices and their legality

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