...or conspiracy to create, an unlawful restraint of trade and/or unlawful monopoly." Id. It "appears in the second amended complaint at paragraphs...
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...the Manhattan Borough President, amicus curiae. No. 100, Metropolitan Taxicab Board of Trade, et al., Respondents,The Livery Roundtable, Inc., et al., Intervenors...
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