Distribution Law Antitrust Principles Practice 3rd Edition
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|Editor||: Wolters Kluwer|
The cornerstone reference on antitrust issues that arise from distribution arrangements. Establish a sound manufacturer-distributor relationship in full compliance with federal and state antitrust law; understand enforcement factors and the effect of antitrust regulation on distributor behavior; handle pricing, vertical restraints, exclusivity, tying, and refusal to deal. For insightful analysis and practical guidance on the antitrust issues that arise from distribution arrangements, turn to Theodore Banks. With this unique resource you'll be able to prepare for, or even prevent, the antitrust-based disputes that all too often mar the manufacturer-distributor relationship. Distribution Law: Antitrust Principles and Practice, Third Edition shows you how to: Establish a sound manufacturer-distributor relationship in full compliance with federal and state antitrust law Understand enforcement factors and the effect of antitrust regulation on distributor behavior Handle problems arising from such areas as pricing, vertical restraints, exclusivity, tying, and refusal to deal. You will get factual analysis of virtually every significant distribution antitrust case. You will find in-depth, practical analysis of such specific issues as: lost profits, predatory pricing, market definition, antitrust damages, and judicial latitude in discovery. Note: Online subscriptions are for three-month periods. Previous Edition: Distribution Law: Antitrust Principles and Practice, Second Edition, ISBN: 9780735502680
|Author||: Banks and Banks|
|Editor||: Wolters Kluwer|
Corporate Legal Compliance Handbook, Third Edition, provides the knowledge necessary to implement or enhance a compliance program in a specific company, or in a client's company. The book focuses not only on doing what is legal or what is right--the two are both important but not always the same--but also on how to make a compliance program actually work. The book is organized in a sequence that follows how to approach a compliance program. It gives the compliance officer, consultant, or attorney a good grounding in the basics of compliance law. This includes such things as the rules about corporate and individual liability, an understanding of the basics of the key laws that impact companies, and the workings of the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines. Successful programs also require an understanding of educational techniques, good communication skills, and the use of computer tools. The effective compliance program also takes into account how to deliver messages using a variety of media to reach employees in different locations, of different ages or education, who speak different languages. Note: Online subscriptions are for three-month periods.
|Author||: Steven J. Cernak,D. Daniel Sokol|
Since 1890, US federal antitrust law has been there every step of the way, drawing the line between permissible and impermissible restraints. This book summarizes those antitrust lines today. As antitrust jurisprudence underwent a revolution in the late 20th century, the location of many of those lines changed. The more recent rise of e-commerce has meant that those antitrust principles had to be applied to new fact patterns. Those changes in legal interpretations and distribution practices are covered here in ways designed to give manufacturers and retailers, franchisors and franchisees a concise description of antitrust risks from any distribution scheme.