Pennsylvania v. Twin Ponds, Inc., No. 2010-CV-11677 (Ct. Comm. Pleas, Dauphin Cty Penn. Sept. 10, 2010)

Two ice skating rinks operated in the Harrisburg Pennsylvania area. The owners entered into an agreement under which one ice house would melt its ice and provide only indoor roller skating and indoor soccer services. State filed suit, charging market allocation and violation of the prohibition against monopolies. Settlement included permanent injunction voiding market allocation agreement and restrictive covenant that prevented property from being used as a skating rink. Defendants paid $65,000, to be used as a settlement fund to support youth hockey in Dauphin County and to reimburse the state for its costs.

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