Antitrust Law, Interpretation and Implementation (University Casebook Series)

The new edition of this casebook, which welcomes Thom Lambert as a coauthor, remains true to its original goals, in that it: Focuses more than other texts on lower-court interpretations and application of antitrust principles, minimizing the importance of older “classic cases” from the Supreme Court, except to the extent they influence antitrust today Makes

The new edition of this casebook, which welcomes Thom Lambert as a coauthor, remains true to its original goals, in that it:

Focuses more than other texts on lower-court interpretations and application of antitrust principles, minimizing the importance of older “classic cases” from the Supreme Court, except to the extent they influence antitrust today Makes use of materials from actual cases and real-life situations, materials such as complaints, expert reports, pleadings, and jury instructions Exposes the sorts of problems encountered (indeed, sometimes created) by lawyers who do not necessarily specialize in antitrust, but work in contract-related areas where antitrust concerns must be part of the attorney’s planning and drafting Emphasizes that modern antitrust continues to evolve as a branch of applied microeconomics, but also that the learning required to be economically literate is neither as complicated nor as lengthy as presented in other texts Is geared for a one-semester course by presenting the antitrust basics in an economical way, omitting material that pads many other texts but which an instructor typically will not have time to cover

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