Kodak Wins District Court Ruling strict Court here overturned two decrees dating back to 1921 and 1954 that placed restrictions on Eastman Kodak Co. The 1921 decree was designed to prevent Kodak from selling competing, or private-label, brands of film without the Kodak name. The 1954 decree stopped the photographic products company from connecting the sale of its color film to the business of photoprocessing. U.S. District Judge Michael A. Telesca handed down an 86-page decision last week ...

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