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Why would the Department of Justice consider activities like blind booking, block booking, and full line forcing anticompetitive

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Why would the Department of Justice consider activities like blind booking, block booking, and full line forcing anticompetitive

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ASSESSMENT 2HAND-IN DATE:
MONDAY 25 APRIL 2016
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It is worth the remaining 60% of the overall mark and must be submitted via Turnitin. Word Limit: 2000

See Unit Handbook for assessment instructions and criteria.
Instructions

ANSWER ALL FOUR QUESTIONS BELOW.
1.Juliet worked for Globe Tickets Ltd. Her job was to attract corporate sponsors for opera and classical music events. Her employment contract contained the following clause:

‘Within two years of termination, the employee promises, anywhere in London, not to act as a representative of any sportsperson, actor, comedian, musician or entertainer; nor sell tickets relating to opera, classical music, theatre, or sporting events; nor attract sponsorship for opera, classical music, theatrical, or sporting events.’

Recently, Juliet resigned from Globe and is now working for another London-based business, again attracting sponsors for opera and classical music events. She does this using her contacts made during her time with Globe Tickets.

As such, Juliet is damaging Globe’s business. Globe wants to prevent Juliet carrying on her present activities.

Advise Globe.