• Waterbury J.D., at Waterbury
  • X10-CV13-6019412
  • Nov 26 2013 (Date Decided)
  • Dooley, J.
To prevail on an attempt to monopolize claim, a plaintiff must prove that a defendant willfully engaged in anti-competitive business practices, with specific intent to control prices or destroy competition, in an attempt to gain monopoly power.

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