Antitrust Law: Interpretation and Implementation

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LexisNexis, Jan 1, 2002 - Law - 896 pages
This casebook presents a real-world orientation of antitrust law, reflecting the authors' own practical experience in this field. The authors emphasize lower court rulings over those of the Supreme Court, since in much of modern antitrust practice, lower courts supply the relevant precedents on which disputes actually hinge. Additionally, this casebook presents sample documents such as cartel agreements, contracts, complaints and jury instructions. students with a broad perspective of antitrust law and a roadmap for the course. Economic principles are presented in context, rather than in a single chapter. Graphics are used to help illustrate complex legal and economic concepts.

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Chapter l Introduction And Overview
B Vertical Restraints
C Conspiracy to Restrain Trade

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