Cases and Materials on Antitrust Law

Cases and Materials on Antitrust Law

by Thomas D. Morgan

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ISBN-13: 9780314033437
Publisher: West Group
Publication date: 04/28/1994
Series: American Casebook Series
Edition description: Older Edition
Pages: 915
Product dimensions: 7.70(w) x 10.30(h) x 1.80(d)

Table of Contents

Table of cases
Table of statutes
Introduction. Common Law Antecedents of the Sherman Act
Chapter I. The First 25 Years Under the Sherman Act
A Jurisdiction and Scope of the Act
B Horizontal Combinations in Restraint of Trade
C Monopolization and Merger
D Vertical Restraints of Trade Resale Price Maintenance
E Adoption of the Clayton and Federal Trade Commission Acts
Chapter II. The Rule of Reason Period-1915 to 1939
A. Cases Giving Definition to the Rule of Reason
B. The Trade Association Cases
C The Interplay Between Patents and Antitrust Law
D Testing the Limits of the Rule of Reason
Chapter III. The Per Se Rule and Focus on Market Structure: 1940 1974
A Horizontal Combinations in Restraint of Trade
B Monopolization
C Vertical Arrangements Perceived as Exclusionary
D Dealing With Dealers
E Mergers
Chapter IV. The Modern Development of Antitrust Law Since 1974
A The Transition Cases
B The Per Se v Rule of Reason Debate Continues in Section 1 Cases
C The Continuing Concern About Exclusionary Conduct
D Merger Review: Antitrust as an Administrative Process
E The Interplay Between Regulation and the Antitrust Laws
F The Foreseeable Future of Antitrust Law

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