Antitrust law, policy, and procedure: cases, materials, problems
The authors believe that the best approach toward antitrust in the law school curriculum is through the cases. For that reason, this new edition emphasizes judicial opinions & contains relatively more of each one, including dissents, than other books in the field. Antitrust, furthermore, should be taught with the best legal precedents available; therefore, sometimes a recent circuit court opinion is better than an outdated Supreme Court opinion. For this reason, the authors have omitted as principal cases in this edition or given brief treatment to some antitrust decisions that were important in the 1960s & earlier. Antitrust Law, Policy & Procedure: Cases, Materials, Problems, Fourth Edition covers all antitrust developments through the summer of 1999. The authors also offer many new problems for class discussion or as individual assignments. As previously, the new Teachers Manual analyzes these problems in detail.
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