Antitrust Analysis: Problems, Text, Cases

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Aspen Publishers, 2004 - Law - 902 pages
Antitrust Analysis: Problems, Text, and Cases earned the respect of instructors nationwide by its dependable and distinguished treatment of the history of antitrust law and its up-to-date coverage of horizontal and vertical agreements, mergers, and monopolies. Now, in its Sixth Edition, this highly regarded casebook covers a wealth of new material with the same authority and insight for which the book is so well known.The book builds on the strengths that have made it such a longtime favorite:exceptional authorship, with two of the leading lawyer economists of the early 21st century revising and updating the work of Phillip Areeda, the leading antitrust commentator of the 20th centuryeffective pedagogy: traditional casebook with cases, explanatory text, and problemsinsightful textual examples that convey essential background information and necessary economic principles
thorough Appendix containing Selected Statutes, the Sherman Act, the Clayton Act, and the Federal Trade Commission Actcomplete Teacher's Manual
The entire casebook has been updated to reflect legal changes and developments:updated chapter on Mergers now discusses current merger practice, emphasizes agency enforcement standards, presents compelling examples, and considers the range of negotiated remedies and the importance of international lawolder Supreme Court cases are converted to note form or omittedrecent lower court decisions, such as FTC v. Staples, give students an understanding of modern litigationstreamlined chapter on Vertical Restraints includes recent cases and new text to provide a more coherent framework for this complicated area in major revisions to the chapter on monopolization include the Microsoftand American Airlines cases
With the added expertise of new co-author Aaron Edlin, the definitive antitrust casebook is now also the most current. When you examine your complimentary copy, you will see why Antitrust Anaysis: Problems, Text, and Cases, Sixth Edition, is sure to continue as the standard in law school classes.

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The Setting for Antitrust Analysis
Possible Grounds for Deemphasizing Competition
Workable Competition

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About the author (2004)

Louis Kaplow is Finn M. W. Caspersen and Household, International Professor or Law and Economics, Harvard University.

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