Antitrust in Transition, Volume 1
Transnational Juris Publications, 1991 - Antitrust law - 1374 pages
Contains a generation of antitrust law by one of the most authoritative lawyers in the field. Rarely has any lawyer been able to put his mark on the law in the way Milton Handler has put his stamp on American antitrust law. These collected works, spanning a lifetime, provide exclusive proof.
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Attempts to Monopolize and NoFault Monopolization
Restraint of Trade and Restatement Second of Contracts
The Antitrust Jurisprudence of the Second Circuit
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