Antitrust Basics

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A book that anticipates virtually every antitrust legal issue you can expect to face, including: horizontal and vertical restraints; joint ventures; private treble damage actions; and price fixing.

This comprehensive reference—cited by the courts—cuts your research time by analyzing relevant statutes, as well as court and FTC cases. It also discusses business practices consistently upheld, as well as those consistently condemned.

Antitrust Basics anticipates virtually every antitrust issue you can expect to face, including: horizontal and vertical restraints; joint ventures; private treble damage actions; price fixing and predatory pricing; new product introductions; patent and know-how licensing; product design changes; vertical integration; refusals to deal; step-by-step reviews of FTC and Justice Department antitrust investigations; the Robinson-Patman Act; and international trade.

Book #00593; looseleaf, one volume, 1,160 pages; published in 1985, updated as needed; no additional charge for updates during your subscription. Looseleaf print subscribers receive supplements. The online edition is updated automatically. ISBN: 978-1-58852-032-6

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SKU 593ONL
Division Name Law Journal Press
Volumes 1
Product Types Books
Brand Law Journal Press
Jurisdiction National
ISBN 978-1-58852-032-6
Page Count 1160
Edition 0
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Thomas V. Vakerics
Mr. Vakerics specializes in antitrust and international trade law in the Washington, D.C office of Barnes, Richardson Colburn, LLP. Mr. Vakerics has over twenty years of experience representing foreign corporations in antidumping investigations, including, among others, companies based in Japan, China, Korea, Norway, Sweden, Finland, The Netherlands and Canada. He is a former trial attorney with the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Competition.
CHAPTER 1
Fundamental Concepts of Antitrust Analysis

§ 1.01 Overview
§ 1.02 The Antitrust Laws
[1] The Sherman Act
[2] The Clayton Act
[3] The Robinson-Patman Act
[4] The Federal Trade Commission Act
§ 1.03 Modes of Antitrust Analysis
[1] Overview
[2] Rule of Reason Analysis
[3] The Per Se Rule
[4] Quick Look Analysis
[5] Ancillary Restraints
§ 1.04 Interstate Commerce
§ 1.05 Intent
§ 1.06 Contracts

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