This study aid provides an introduction to the concepts and principles of antitrust law. In addition to discussions of the common law roots of antitrust law and current statutory authority, this nutshell includes chapters devoted to the relevant economic theories and specific applications of antitrust law, such as in mergers. A table of cases and statutory appendix are also included. Antitrust Law and Economics in a Nutshell is also available online via West Academic Study Aids.
This ten-volume treatise on antitrust law includes analysis of antitrust violation, discussion of antitrust issues affecting specific industries, citations to cases, regulatory analysis, and analysis of antitrust laws of U.S. states and several foreign countries. Includes a table of cases and index volume. Georgetown Law last updated its print copy in 2004.
Organized by issue, this one-volume resource covers the full range of anticompetitive conduct, as well as procedural issues. Includes guidance on developing litigation strategy, counseling clients on compliance, representing clients before regulators, and advising on mergers and acquisitions. It is also keyed to the leading Areeda & Hovenkamp Antitrust Law treatise (above). Fundamentals of Antitrust Law is also available online via VitalLaw.
"Analysis of when U.S. law applies to foreign firms doing business in the U.S. and to U.S. firms abroad. Exploration of the effect of globalization on competition between domestic and foreign markets and discusses current U.S. statutes, regulations, and case laws. Discussion of the regulation of dominant firms, extraterritoriality, antitrust problems in export transactions, transnational litigation issues, international transfer of technology and intellectual property issues, competition and fairly traded imports, and 'unfair' international trade practices." Updated annually.
"This three-volume treatise concisely sets forth the substantive civil and criminal antitrust case law, procedure, practice, and statutes for each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands."
As its title suggests, this treatise focuses on the economic implications of antitrust law. In addition to chapters that provide introductory information on antitrust policy and economics, the authors explain the legal doctrines and economic theories relating to major antitrust issues such as monopolization and vertical restraints. Includes a table of cases and selected statutes.