E. Thomas Sullivan, Senior Vice President and Provost & Julius E. Davis Chair in Law, University of Minnesota; Herbert Hovenkamp, Ben and Dorothy Willie Chair, University of Iowa College of Law; Howard A. Shelanski, Professor of Law and Director, Berkeley Center for Law & Technology, University of California Berkeley School of Law
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This heavily discounted, three-hole punched, alternative loose-leaf version of the hardbound book is printed on 8 ½ x 11 inch paper with wider margins and with the same pagination as the hardbound book.
This is the 25th anniversary of the publication of Antitrust Law, Policy and Procedure. This innovative and popular casebook focuses on teaching antitrust through the best legal precedents available. It emphasizes current judicial opinions and includes dissents where relevant to help students grasp the issues. The notes reflect a balanced approach to the competing ideologies of left, right, and center?confronting their defects and presenting their strengths. Professors who are strongly committed to a particular ideology should find plenty of material to criticize or, alternatively, to illustrate their view.
The Sixth Edition is a substantial revision from the previous edition, with updating of all case law materials, including the recent decisions of the Supreme Court as well as numerous lower court decisions. The sections on pricing behavior, intellectual property, merger policy, and regulatory policy have been significantly expanded. The Sixth Edition includes coverage regarding:
Comparative material focusing mainly on the competition law of the European Union;
The transnational reach of the United States? antitrust law and the application of antitrust principles to intellectual property;
The Microsoft case and its history as it implicates monopolization, tying doctrine, and market power analysis;
Expert testimony after Daubert and its relationship to antitrust summary judgment motions; and
The application of antitrust principles in the field of regulated industries.
Finally, there are additional problems for discussion. As with prior editions, the Teacher?s Manual analyzes these problems in detail.
ISBN 9781422472156 / $120.00 / Hardcover / Teacher?s Manual
Alternative Loose-Leaf Format ISBN 9781422472750 / $72.00
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