State Antitrust Law

How are state antitrust laws applied to business conduct? What remedies are available under state law and what defenses may be raised? Find out in this comprehensive guide. State Antitrust Law is organized by substantive area (rather than state by state) so that practitioners can see at a glance how a particular problem is handled around the country. You'll learn how recent appellate rulings have applied state law to various types of anticompetitive conduct—monopolization, agreements between competitors, restrictive covenants, supplier-customer agreements, business acquisitions and more.
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How are state antitrust laws applied to business conduct? What remedies are available under state law and what defenses may be raised? Find out in this comprehensive guide. State Antitrust Law is organized by substantive area (rather than state by state) so that practitioners can see at a glance how a particular problem is handled around the country. You'll learn how recent appellate rulings have applied state law to various types of anticompetitive conduct—monopolization, agreements between competitors, restrictive covenants, supplier-customer agreements, business acquisitions and more.

You'll also read about the interaction of state and federal antitrust laws. Because many states follow federal precedents in construing state law, State Antitrust Law includes concise descriptions of federal antitrust rulings that state courts may consider in resolving antitrust cases. In addition, you'll find a timesaving appendix of citations to the principal state antitrust laws.

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