Antitrust Analysis: Problems, Text, And Cases (Casebook Series)
- Publish Date: 2004-08-04
- Binding: Hardcover
- Author: Phillip E. Areeda;Louis Kaplow
<i><b>Antitrust Analysis: Problems, Text, and Cases</i></b> earned the respect of instructors nationwide by its dependable and distinguished treatment of the history of antitrust law and its up-to-date coverage of horizontal and vertical agreements, mergers, and monopolies. Now, in its <b>Sixth Edition</b>, this highly regarded casebook covers a wealth of new material with the same authority and insight for which the book is so well known.<p class=copymedium>The book builds on the strengths that have made it such a longtime favorite:<li class=copymedium>exceptional authorship, with two of the leading lawyer economists of the early 21st century revising and updating the work of Phillip Areeda, the leading antitrust commentator of the 20th century<li class=copymedium>effective pedagogy: traditional casebook with cases, explanatory text, and problems<li class=copymedium>insightful textual examples that convey essential background information<li class=copymedium> and necessary economic principles thorough Appendix containing Selected Statutes, the Sherman Act, the Clayton Act, and the Federal Trade Commission Act<li class=copymedium>complete Teacher's Manual</ul> The entire casebook has been updated to reflect legal changes and developments:<li class=copymedium>updated chapter on Mergers now discusses current merger practice, emphasizes agency enforcement standards, presents compelling examples, and considers the range of negotiated remedies and the importance of international law<li class=copymedium>older Supreme Court cases are converted to note form or omitted<li class=copymedium>recent lower court decisions, such as FTC v. Staples, give students an understanding of modern litigation<li class=copymedium>streamlined chapter on Vertical Restraints includes recent cases and new text to provide a more coherent framework for this complicated area in major revisions to the chapter on monopolization include the Microsoft<li class=copymedium>and American Airlines cases</ul> <p class=copymedium>With the added expertise of new co-author Aaron Edlin, the definitive antitrust casebook is now also the most current. When you examine your complimentary copy, you will see why <i><b>Antitrust Anaysis: Problems, Text, and Cases, Sixth Edition</i></b>, is sure to continue as the standard in law school classes.