Antitrust Law and Economics of Product Distribution

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American Bar Association, 2006 - Business & Economics - 413 pages
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Antitrust Law and Economics of Product Distribution explores the economics of product distribution and examines whether the courts have formulated legal standards consistent with those economic principles - focusing on the sale of goods through dealers, distributors, and franchisees.
 

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Contents

B Applicable Statutes
24
RESALE PRICING ISSUES
37
iii
50
B The Law of Resale Price Maintenance
76
The Requirement of Agreement
83
Marketing Programs of a Manufacturer or Franchisor
99
Chapter III
113
B Empirical Evidence on Vertical Restraints
134
Chapter VI
239
The Anticompetitive Effects of Exclusive Dealing
252
E Empirical Evidence on Exclusive Dealing
260
G Partial and De Facto Exclusive Dealing Arrangements
285
Chapter VII
295
B Summary of Relevant Federal and State Legislation
314
Defenses to Section 2a Claims
324
Section 2c of
331

Chapter IV
153
Economic Impact of Voluntary Exclusive Distribution
163
Areas of Primary Responsibility
178
F Dual Distribution
185
B Economic Analysis of Tying Arrangements
192
Definition and Competitive Effect
217
E Defenses and Justifications
232
Enforcement
339
APPENDIX B State Laws of General Applicability Limiting
355
State Laws Restricting Termination
365
Representative Definitions of Franchise
371
Index
399
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