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Lawsuit against American Express not necessary (access required)

In its dealings with retailers, American Express (AmEx) routinely writes into its contracts language that prohibits retailers from offering any discounts or other inducements to customers to get them to use alternate forms of payment. Ohio and 10 other states challenged this practice claiming that it restricted trade and hence violated federal antitrust laws. In 2015, ...

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