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Rome Ambulatory Surgical Center v. Rome Memorial Hospital

349 F. Supp. 2d 389 (2004)

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Rome Ambulatory Surgical Center v. Rome Memorial Hospital

United States District Court for the Northern District of New York

349 F. Supp. 2d 389 (2004)

Facts

The Rome Ambulatory Surgery Center, LLC (RASC) (plaintiff) was a surgery facility that operated in New York. After RASC went out of business for economic reasons in 2001, it filed multiple claims against Rome Memorial Hospital (the hospital) (defendant) for engaging in illegal restraint of trade and anticompetitive practices. The hospital had entered negotiations with physician groups and insurance payers in the area to form exclusive referral contracts. RASC filed a total of 10 claims against the hospital, which included claims of engaging in an illegal tying arrangement and contract, illegally entering exclusive contracts to limit competition, committing conspiracy to restrain trade, conducting an illegal boycott, intent to monopolize the market, and leveraging its market monopoly to engage in anticompetitive practices. However, RASC failed to produce evidence showing that the hospital constituted a monopoly.

Rule of Law

Issue

Holding and Reasoning (Hurd, J.)

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