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Antitrust Adviser, 5th

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Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 2015-2016
ISBN: 9780314886187
Publication frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
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Antitrust Adviser, 5th addresses practical antitrust topics such as counseling compliance, identifying risky acquisitions under the antitrust laws that require notification to the authorities, and preparing to prosecute or defend an antitrust suit. Co-edited by Irving Scher and Scott Martin, two renowned antitrust attorneys with experience from both the defense and plaintiff perspective, this two-volume title features a new lineup of contributors who are top practitioners in the field. Some of the highlights of the Fifth Edition include:

  • An entirely new chapter on Section 2 of the Sherman Act, providing a focused discussion of elements of monopolization offenses, and complementing the treatise's treatment of cutting-edge issues such as conditional pricing
  • A ground-up revamping of the chapter on mergers, featuring unique practical advice on what antitrust issues to expect every step of the way
  • A fresh look at compliance issues by a new author, the widely recognized leader in the area
  • An inside view of regulatory actions from the chair of the Antitrust Modernization Commission and former highest-ranking official in the DOJ Antitrust Division
  • Much more

Features

  • An inside view of regulatory actions from the chair of the Antitrust Modernization Commission and former highest-ranking official in the DOJ Antitrust Division
  • A ground-up revamping of the chapter on mergers, featuring unique practical advice on what antitrust issues to expect every step of the way