Antitrust Law in Perspective: Cases, Concepts, and Problems in Competition Policy
Gavil, Kovacic and Baker's Antitrust Law in Perspective: Cases, Concepts, and Problems in Competition Policy builds on the strengths of the first edition with completely updated cases, notes, and sidebars, reflecting the latest developments and commentary. It includes: Expanded economic coverage A thoroughly revised chapter on dominant firm conduct A thoroughly revised chapter on distribution restraints that comprehensively addresses the Supreme Court's Leegin decision Revised and expanded treatment of the analysis of competitor collaborations and joint ventures Revised state-of-the art conspiracy and merger chapters Increased attention to international and comparative developments Some older cases have been reduced to notes in favor of newer cases that better reflect current trends.
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AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY
B Identifying the Core Questions of Antitrust Law
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