Below is a collection of electronic resources related to antitrust law. Most are freely available on the Internet, some are available only to the GULC community and are labeled "GULC only". These sites provide a variety of current information, documents, and links to other relevant sites. No list of links can ever be complete; use these sites to start your research on the Internet.
- Antitrust & Competition Policy Blog
Part of the Law Professors Blog Network, this blog focuses on recent developments in U.S. antitrust law, but also provides commentary and analysis on foreign and international competition law.
- Bloomberg-BNA Antitrust & Trade Regulation Daily (updated each weekday)
- Bloomberg-BNA Antitrust & Trade Regulation Resource Center (updated weekly)
These are excellent source for news about antitrust law and deceptive trade practices law in the U.S. and in more than three dozen foreign jurisdictions. Use the menus on the left side of the screen to browse by topic, by country or by industry. Or search by keyword using the search box in the upper right portion of the screen.
- Antitrust Sites Worldwide
The U.S. Department of Justice provides links to the websites of antitrust and competition law authorities in dozens of foreign jurisdictions. Many of these foreign government websites provide English translations of their respective national laws, policies, and regulations. Links to websites maintained by regional organizations, such as the Andean Community, and private membership associations, such as the American Antitrust Institute, also are included.
- International Competition Network
This group of agencies seeks to promote cooperation and best practices. Numerous working groups meet on various topics and useful can be found in the document library.
- OECD Competition Page
This portion of the OECD website focuses on competition law and policy. Use the menu on the left to browse by topic for committee reports, best practice recommendations, country reviews, and other useful materials. The Law Library also subscribes the OECD iLibrary, a searchable, comprehensive database of OECD publications.
Revised 5/10 (mms)
Links checked 8/08 (ras)
Revised 4/07 (aeb)