Antitrust: An Economic Approach
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Antitrust: An Economic Approach focuses on the economic reasoning behind antitrust enforcement and examines how day-to-day business decisions may affect your clients' potential antitrust liability.
The book examines antitrust from an economic perspective, covering: antitrust laws of the European Union; the Hart-Scott-Rodino premerger notification rules; takeovers and anti-takeover statutes; the standing of targets, competitors and employees who attack mergers and acquisitions; the Robinson-Patman Act; market power; vertical combinations; franchising; boycotts; and changes in the computer software and health care industries.
The analysis also features: the impact of technological trends and corporate reorganization on mergers and acquisitions; the future of antitrust law and policy in light of accelerated technological, scientific and social change; and significant developments, such as disapproval of false statement prosecutions, the importance of interlocking officers under the Clayton Act, and anticompetitive uses of employee pension and benefit plans.
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Table of contents
Foundation of Antitrust
The Principal United States Antitrust Laws
Antitrust In The Twenty-First Century
The Marketplace: Guiding Image of Antitrust
Existence of Power
Section 7 of the Clayton Act
The Social and Economic Role of Litigation Concerning Market Power
Exercise of Power
An Overview of the Exercise of Power
Horizontal Price Fixing and Allocation of Territories or Customers
Price Discrimination Under The Robinson-Patman Act
Franchising and Dealer Relationships
Arrangements Affecting Non-Price Terms
General Principles in Conduct Cases
Boundaries of Antitrust
Government Action and Antitrust
First Amendment Considerations and Related Issues
Patents, Trademarks and Antitrust
Enforcement and Defense
The New Emphasis on Expedition
Investigation of Antitrust Issues
Issues Concerning Private Enforcement
Interplay of Antitrust Remedies and Substantive Law
Antitrust and Innovation
Impact of Antitrust on the Economy, Business and Other Interests