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Corporate Counsel's Guide to the Robinson-Patman Act, 2d, 2016 ed.

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Format: Book - hardbound
Brand: Business Laws Inc.
Copyright: 2016
ISBN: 9780314644688
Service #: 40448704
Sub #: 40448703
Pages: 658
Shelf Space: 1 in.
Publication frequency: Annually
Update method: Cumulative supplement

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Corporate Counsel's Guide to the Robinson-Patman Act, 2d, 2016 ed.

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This is a complete guide to the Robinson-Patman Act, including helpful compliance suggestions, executive legal summaries on key points, and illustrative compliance forms. Highlights include price discrimination, commercial bribery, functional discounts, advertising and promotional allowances, buyer liability, price deviation forms, cost justification, meeting competition, effect on competition, damages, and interstate commerce requirements.

Features

  • Contains helpful forms, including several "meeting-competition" forms
  • Contains several Executive Legal Summaries, which provide a succinct overview of the major features of the Act
  • Offers one of the few continually updated treatises focused on the Act
  • Comprehensively covers all the practical implications of the Robinson-Patman Act for business and corporate counsel
  • Contains helpful forms, including several "meeting-competition" forms
  • Contains several Executive Legal Summaries, which provide a succinct overview of the major features of the Act
  • Offers one of the few continually updated treatises focused on the Act
  • Comprehensively covers all the practical implications of the Robinson-Patman Act for business and corporate counsel