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Antitrust statement

 

CENTER FOR PAPER BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY STUDIES

Antitrust Notice

Guidelines for Meetings, Reports, Website and Forums

 

Neither the Center for Paper Business and Industry Studies (CPBIS) and its associated research and teaching faculty and graduate students and support staff nor any board, committee, report, website or forum posting (written or verbal) or activity (collectively – “Activities”) of the CPBIS shall be used to or include discussions for the purpose of bringing about or attempting to bring any understanding or agreement among competitors, whether written, digital or oral, formal or informal, expressed or implied with regard to prices, terms or conditions of sale, distribution, volume of production, or allocation of territories, customers or suppliers.

No CPBIS Activities shall involve exchange or collection and dissemination among competitors of any information regarding prices, pricing methods, costs of production, sales marketing, or distribution which may be construed to bring about any understanding or agreement among competitors, whether written or oral, formal or informal, expressed or implied, with regard to prices, terms or conditions of sale, distribution, volume of production, or allocation of territories, customers or suppliers.

Neither the CPBIS and its associated research and teaching faculty, graduate students and support staff nor any board or committee thereof shall make any effort to bring about the standardization of any paper industry related product for the purpose of or with the effect of preventing the manufacture or sale of any paper industry related product not conforming to a specified standard.

The CPBIS and its associated research and teaching faculty and graduate students and support staff will not become involved in any paper industry related product standards or endorsements. The CPBIS, as affiliated with the Georgia Institute of Technology (GT) – a tax exempt educational institution – expressly precludes the establishment of industry-specific product standards or the explicit endorsement of any specific product or individual production process.

 
 

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