Antitrust in Distribution and Franchising
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As we launch our new product series -LEXISNEXIS ANTITRUST LAW & STRATEGY SERIES; We are pleased and honored to build upon this series with the addition of Antitrust in Distribution and Franchising, by Steven J. Cernak and D. Daniel Sokol (consulting editor).
Antitrust in Distribution and Franchising is accessible and actionable information primarily about antitrust law in the context of various aspects of distribution system agreements. The goal of Antitrust in Distribution and Franchising is to provide high-level practical and conceptual guidance and general training for use in understanding the concepts and protocols involved in vetting distribution and franchising agreements and practices for antitrust law compliance.
Some topics in Antitrust in Distribution and Franchising include: determining the relevant market; resale price maintenance agreements and other vertical restraints; tying; price discrimination; state antitrust laws, etc., and other antitrust issues related to different categories of distribution and franchising arrangements. Its aim is to provide a practically oriented frame of reference for reaching a working hypothesis on whether a distribution or franchise agreement reduces rivalry resulting in likely appreciable anticompetitive effects and, if so, whether those effects are outweighed by pro-competitive efficiency gains benefitting customers.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Antitrust Basics
Chapter 3 Restraints Involving Price
Chapter 4 Restraints Not Involving Price
Chapter 5 Tying and Similar Agreements
Chapter 6 Monopolization Issues in Distribution
Chapter 7 Price Discrimination
Chapter 8 State Antitrust Laws
Chapter 9 Franchise Basics