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Antitrust Counseling and Litigation Techniques

The practical guide to corporate antitrust counseling and successful antitrust litigation
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The practical guide to corporate antitrust counseling and successful antitrust litigation with contributions from over 50 leading practitioners in the field.

The set complements von Kalinowski's treatise on antitrust, covering:

•  Counseling--the relationship between outside and in-house counsel; document control; antitrust compliance programs; corporate mergers and acquisitions; terminating dealers and distributorships; franchising; and international antitrust, health care, intellectual property
•  Private Civil Actions--with step-by-step guidance through all stages of litigation
•  Government Civil Actions including civil enforcement by the Antitrust Division and Federal Trade Commission Proceedings
•  Criminal Antitrust Litigation, with practical material on: Criminal Investigations, Counseling the Antitrust Grand Jury Witness, Motion Practice, Post-Indictment Pre-Trial Procedure, Trial, and Sentencing under the 1989 guidelines

First published in 1984.

5 Volumes; Looseleaf; updated with revisions.

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Table of Contents

VOLUME 1

PART I COUNSELING
Chapter 1 The Relationship Between Inside and Outside Counsel
Chapter 2 State Antitrust Enforcement
Chapter 3 Information Management and Document Control
Chapter 4 Government Enforcement: Complying With Government Requests for Information
Chapter 5 Antitrust Compliance Programs
Chapter 6 [Reserved]
Chapter 7 A Counselor’s Guide to Analyzing Price and Pricing Practices
Chapter 8 Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions
Chapter 9 Franchising: Antitrust Considerations

VOLUME 2

Chapter 10 Terminating Distributor Relationships
Chapter 11 How to Analyze Dual Distribution and Vertical Integration Problems
Chapter 12 Health Care and Antitrust
Chapter 13 The Interface Between Antitrust Principles and Those of Intellectual Property Law
Chapter 14 Litigating International Antitrust Cases: The Practitioner’s Viewpoint
Chapter 15 International Discovery in Antitrust Litigation
Chapter 16 Counseling the Foreign Multinational on United States Antitrust Laws
Chapter 17 Standard-Setting, Trade Associations and Antitrust Liability
Chapter 18 Merger and Acquisition Antitrust Fundamentals: A Practical Guide
Chapter 19 Nonprice Horizontal Restraints

VOLUME 3

PART II PRIVATE CIVIL ACTIONS
Subpart A Pretrial Techniques
Chapter 20 Alternatives to Litigation
Chapter 21 Antitrust Pleadings
Chapter 22 Discovery in Antitrust Cases
Chapter 23 Pretrial of Antitrust Cases
Chapter 23A Practice Before the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation and the Powers of the Multidistrict Court
Chapter 23B Class Actions
Chapter 24 Criminal Rights in Civil Antitrust Litigation: Grand Jury Secrecy and the Right Against Self-Incrimination
PART II PRIVATE CIVIL ACTIONS
Subpart B Trial Techniques
Chapter 25 The Motion to Strike the Jury Demand in a Complex Case
Chapter 26 Trial Organization and Management
Chapter 27 Jury Selection: The Rules and Practicalities
Chapter 28 The Use of Behavioral Science in Antitrust Litigation
Chapter 29 The Future of Demonstrative Exhibits in Antitrust Cases

VOLUME 4

Chapter 30 Trial Consequences of Burden of Proof
Chapter 31 Use of Depositions at Trial
Chapter 32 Circumstantial Evidence
Chapter 33 The “Business Records” Exception to the Hearsay Rule
Chapter 34 Coconspirators’ Statements and Other Extra-Judicial Admissions
Chapter 35 Presenting Technological Evidence in Antitrust Cases
Chapter 36 Economics and Economic Experts in Antitrust Litigation
Chapter 36A The Use of Economists in Antitrust Litigation: Economist’s Perspective
Chapter 37 The Use of Experts in Antitrust Litigation
Chapter 38 Cross-Examination
Chapter 39 The Use of State-of-the-Art Technology in Antitrust Litigation
Chapter 40 Judgment as a Matter of Law in Jury Trials and Judgment on Partial Findings in Court Trials
PART II PRIVATE CIVIL ACTIONS
Subpart C Remedies
Chapter 41 [Reserved]
Chapter 42Antitrust Damages
PART III GOVERNMENT CIVIL ACTIONS
Subpart A Enforcement by the Antitrust Division
Chapter 43 [Reserved]
Chapter 44 Civil Investigative Demands
Chapter 45 Consent Judgments
Chapter 46 [Reserved]
Chapter 47 Defending Against a Government Motion for a Preliminary Injunction: A Case Study
PART III GOVERNMENT CIVIL ACTIONS
Subpart B Federal Trade Commission Proceedings
Chapter 48 Federal Trade Commission Investigations
Chapter 49 FTC Non-Adjudicative Proceedings: Consent Order Proceedings and Rulemaking
Chapter 50 Federal Trade Commission Antitrust Adjudicative Enforcement Proceedings
Chapter 51 The FTC as a Federal Court Litigant

VOLUME 5

PART IV CRIMINAL ACTIONS
Subpart A Introduction
Chapter 52 Introduction to Criminal Antitrust Litigation
PART IV CRIMINAL ACTIONS
Subpart B The Investigation
Chapter 53 Responding to a Grand Jury Investigation
Chapter 54 Responding to a Subpoena Duces Tecum
Chapter 55 Defending a Subject or Target of an Antitrust Grand Jury Investigation
Chapter 56 Counseling the Antitrust Grand Jury Witness
Chapter 57 Special Problems in Representing an Individual During an Antitrust Grand Jury Investigation
PART IV CRIMINAL ACTIONS
Subpart C Pretrial Procedure
Chapter 58 Motion Practice During an Antitrust Grand Jury Investigation
Chapter 59 Defense of a Criminal Case: Post-Indictment Pretrial Procedure
Chapter 60 Defense of a Criminal Antitrust Case: Discovery
PART IV CRIMINAL ACTIONS
Subpart D The Trial
Chapter 61 Multiple Representation in a Criminal Trial
Chapter 62 The Criminal Antitrust Trial
Chapter 63 [Reserved]
Chapter 64 [Reserved]
PART IV CRIMINAL ACTIONS
Subpart E Post-Trial Procedures
Chapter 65 Sentencing
Index