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Antitrust litigation in the United States has become increasingly complex, costly, and time-consuming. This publication addresses the primary types of civil antitrust litigation, including the various causes of action, that are most prevalent today, ranging from basic Sherman Act Section 1 and Section 2 claims, to claims arising out of the exercise of IP rights, to claims brought by government regulators.
Database includes most recent edition only. Editor-in-chief: <2015- > by Jeffrey A. LeVee.
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