This comprehensive reference--cited by the courts--cuts your research time by analyzing relevant statutes, as well as court and FTC cases. It also discusses business practices consistently upheld, as well as those consistently condemned.
Antitrust Basics anticipates virtually every antitrust issue you can expect to face, including: horizontal and vertical restraints; joint ventures; private treble damage actions; price fixing and predatory pricing; new product introductions; patent and know-how licensing; product design changes; vertical integration; refusals to deal; step-by-step reviews of FTC and Justice Department antitrust investigations; the Robinson-Patman Act; and international trade.
Book ɑ looseleaf, one volume, 1,160 pages; published in 1985, updated as needed; no additional charge for updates during your subscription. Looseleaf print subscribers receive supplements. The online edition is updated automatically. ISBN: 978-1-58852-032-6.
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General principles 2
ANTITRUST LAWS ENFORCED BY THE AGENCIES 2
I Actions by Dominant Firms
6 Vertical Integration 569
8 LicensingLeasing Policies 574
10 Unfair Practices Designed to Injure
Antitrust Enforcement Guidelines
National Cooperative Research
THRESHOLD INTERNATIONAL ENFORCEMENT ISSUES 12
Statements of Antitrust Enforcement
Hospital Joint Ventures Involving
II Monopoly Leveraging 586
Manufacturers Wholesalers and Retailers
United States 612 2
1 In General
Antitrust Exemptions and Immunities
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Antitrust concarna and modaa of analyaia 7
Department of Justice Policy Statement
Providers Collective Provision
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Corporate Leniency Policy U
Individual Leniency Policy U
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Application of genaral principles 24
Enforcement of Invalid Intellectual property rights 32
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