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Antitrust and American Business Abroad, 4th

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Format: Binder/Looseleaf
Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 2015-2017
Service #: 14628888
Sub #: 14628887
Publication frequency: Updated annually
Update method: Replacement pages

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Antitrust and American Business Abroad, 4th

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Especially valuable for antitrust specialists and courts, this fourth edition of Antitrust and American Business Abroad acknowledges the path-breaking work of previous editions and discusses new developments in the changing landscape of international antitrust law. The result is a contemporary focus on current issues in international antitrust law that includes historical perspective. The text is divided into six parts:

  • Sweep of the Problem
  • Basic Jurisdictional and Substantive Concepts
  • The Law's Impact on Specific Arrangements
  • The Administration of the Law
  • Foreign and International Antitrust
  • Possible Amendments
Where pertinent, topic-specific bibliographies are also included.

Features

  • Describes the current state of antitrust, business abroad, and international trade basic jurisdictional and substantive concepts
  • Discusses U.S. competition laws and of its trading partners, and the conflict between competition and international trade remedies
  • Describes the current state of antitrust, business abroad, and international trade basic jurisdictional and substantive concepts
  • Discusses U.S. competition laws and of its trading partners, and the conflict between competition and international trade remedies