Antitrust Laws and Trade Regulation: Desk Edition
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This two-volume Desk Edition is the companion to von Kalinowski's 10 volume master treatise on antitrust law, distilling the essence of its lengthier sibling without being derivative. It is an indispensable desk reference to accompany and supplement the larger work, as well as a thorough yet concise stand-alone antitrust treatise in its own right.
Because the effects of antitrust legislation are so pervasive, no business can afford not to be aware of the most recent developments in antitrust law. Antitrust Laws and Trade Regulation, Desk Edition prepares all practitioners, even those who do not regularly work with antitrust issues, to confidently advise their clients and to meet the demands of a regulatory atmosphere where the law is complex and the penalties for violations are high.
Looseleaf; updated twice yearly with revision.
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Table of contents
CHAPTER 1 The Scope, Jurisdiction, and Enforcement of the Antitrust Laws
CHAPTER 2 Restraints of Trade
CHAPTER 3 Monopolization, Attempted Monopolization, and Combinations or Conspiracies to Monopolize
CHAPTER 4 Mergers, Acquisitions, and Joint Ventures
CHAPTER 4A Premerger Notification
CHAPTER 4B Interlocks Among Directors and Officers
CHAPTER 5 The Robinson-Patman Act: Discrimination in Price and Terms
CHAPTER 6 Immunities and Exemptions
CHAPTER 7 Regulated Industries and Markets
CHAPTER 7A Antitrust and Intellectual Property
CHAPTER 8 Antitrust Compliance Programs
Appendix 8A Short-Form Antitrust Compliance Manual 8
Appendix 8B Detailed Antitrust Compliance Manual
Appendix 8C: Sample List of Dos and Don'ts
Appendix 8D: Meeting Competition Form
Appendix 8E: Strengthening the "Good Citizen" Corporation: The Experience and Views of the Antitrust Division
Appendix 8F: Status Report: An Overview of Recent Developments in the Antitrust Division's Criminal Enforcement Program
Appendix 8G: Sherman Act Violations
CHAPTER 9 Government Enforcement of the Antitrust Laws
Appendix 9: 2004 Organization Charts
CHAPTER 10 Private Antitrust Actions