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Antitrust law : an analysis of antitrust principles and their application

Author: Phillip Areeda; Herbert Hovenkamp
Publisher: New York : Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, [2013]-
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Fourth editionView all editions and formats
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Recognized by antitrust practitioners and the courts as the most authoritative and comprehensive treatise on antitrust principles and practice, Antitrust Law explains the interplay of judicial, statutory, public policy, and economic forces that shape the world of antitrust. Its thorough analysis and criticism of U.S. Supreme Court, appellate court and major lower court antitrust decisions will help you truly  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Treatises
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Phillip Areeda; Herbert Hovenkamp
ISBN: 9780735564282 0735564280 9781454825883 145482588X 9781454825890 1454825898 9781454825906 1454825901 9781454844754 1454844752 9781454844761 1454844760 9781454844778 1454844779 9781454857549 1454857544 9781454857556 1454857552 9781454857563 1454857560 9781454871750 145487175X 9781454871767 1454871768 9781454871774 1454871776 9781454844785 1454844787 9781454872542 1454872543 9781454884491 1454884495
OCLC Number: 857671227
Notes: Volumes 1-1B by Phillip E. Areeda and Herbert Hovenkamp.
To be used concurrently with complementary volumes of earlier edition until all vols. of fourth edition have been published.
Description: volumes : illustrations ; 25 cm
Responsibility: Phillip E. Areeda, late Langdell Professor of Law, Harvard University, Herbert Hovenkamp, Ben V. & Dorothy Willie Professor of Law, University of Iowa.

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Recognized by antitrust practitioners and the courts as the most authoritative and comprehensive treatise on antitrust principles and practice, Antitrust Law explains the interplay of judicial, statutory, public policy, and economic forces that shape the world of antitrust. Its thorough analysis and criticism of U.S. Supreme Court, appellate court and major lower court antitrust decisions will help you truly understand the underpinnings of the law and frame successful arguments in litigation. The most recently revised volumes contain greatly expanded coverage of the Noerr-Pennington doctrine; state action, implied, and statutory immunity; and the international and extraterritorial application of U.S. antitrust laws. Author Herbert Hovenkamp is recognized as one of the foremost experts on antitrust law in the country and has consulted extensively for both the government and the private sector.

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