Sullivan and Grimes' The Law of Antitrust: An Integrated Handbook offers detailed and comprehensive treatment of basic rules, principles, and issues relating to antitrust law to meet the needs of both students and practitioners for treatment of major antitrust areas. The authors address new areas, treat a number of areas more fully, and thoroughly reassess core concepts like monopolization and horizontal and vertical restraint. Coverage includes: Antitrust and the market mechanism Market effects and measurement in antitrust enforcement Price predation Horizontal, intrabrand, distribution, and foreclosure restraints Horizontal and conglomerate vertical mergers and the merger enforcement mechanism Joint ventures Antitrust and competition policy in regulated markets Antitrust and intellectual property Government and private enforcement Antitrust in global markets.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Antitrust and the market mechanism Market power as a basis for antitrust enforcement: effects and measurement Monopoly, monopsony and attempts or conspiracies to monopolize Price predation Horizontal restraints The economics of distribution restraints Distribution restraints based on downstream power: vertical minimum price and other distribution restraints Distribution restraints based on upstream power: foreclosure and vertical maximum price restraints; franchising abuses Mergers: an overview Mergers: the enforcement mechanism Horizontal and conglomerate mergers Vertical mergers Joint ventures Antitrust and competition policy in regulated markets Antitrust and intellectual property Government enforcement Private enforcement Antitrust in global markets: the extra territorial reach of unilateral rules; comparative antitrust; and conflicting national requirements and bilateral and multilateral efforts to resolve them.
Kept up to date by pocket supplements.