U.S. Antitrust Law and Enforcement : A Practice Introduction
U.S. Antitrust Law and Enforcement provides readers with a unique and accessible introduction to United States Antitrust law. This book aims to deliver a one-stop introduction to the entire field, allowing law firm and in-house practitioners who do not specialize in antitrust, foreign attorneys, and newly-minted lawyers starting a career in antitrust practice to quickly gain an understanding of the wide variety of issues and policies affected by U.S. antitrust laws. U.S. Antitrust Law and Enforcement helps attorneys develop the ability to spot and analyze antitrust law issues by providing an approachable overview of the statutes and regulations that make up the law, the leading Supreme Court decisions that create the framework for analysis found in lower court cases, the elements that must be proved to make out a claim under the various antitrust laws, and the guidelines and policy statements that describe antitrust enforcement at the federal agency level.
- Paperback | 330 pages
- 165.1 x 243.84 x 45.72mm | 861.82g
- 22 Apr 2010
- Oxford University Press Inc
- New York, United States
"The connection between IP and antitrust is too well-known to adumbrate here, but familiarity with the problems is no automatic path to knowing what to do about them in practice -- which is why this book is so attractive." --IPKat
About Douglas F. Broder
Douglas Broder is the co-chair of the global antitrust practice at K&L Gates LLP. He has been practicing antitrust law and commercial and appellate litigation in New York City since 1977. Mr. Broder is the author of two earlier books on antitrust law and practice as well as of numerous book chapters and articles on antitrust and on written advocacy. For the past twenty years, Mr. Broder has served as the US law reporter for the monthly European Competition Law Review.