Antitrust in Distribution and Franchising
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Since 1890, US federal antitrust law has been there every step of the way, drawing the line between permissible and impermissible restraints.
This book summarizes those antitrust lines today. As antitrust jurisprudence underwent a revolution in the late 20th century, the location of many of those lines changed. The more recent rise of e-commerce has meant that those antitrust principles had to be applied to new fact patterns. Those changes in legal interpretations and distribution practices are covered here in ways designed to give manufacturers and retailers, franchisors and franchisees a concise description of antitrust risks from any distribution scheme.
The 2022 edition ISBN is 9781663338150.
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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