Antitrust

Antitrust
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Author: Sagers,Christopher L. Sagers
Pages: 477
ISBN: 1454833955
Release: 2014-03-24
Editor: Aspen Publishers

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

Highly respected ADR authors Michael Moffitt and Andrea Schneider bring their considerable experience and expertise to the proven-effective E & E series pedagogy. Dispute Resolution combines introductions to theory with practical exercises in decision analysis, problem solving, and various forms of conflict resolution. Features: Updated and streamlined coverage of arbitration, in light of recent Supreme Court cases Expanded and updated treatment mediation confidentiality, ethics, and the enforcement of mediation agreements Revised materials on Fraud and other negotiation misconduct Includes recent U.S. Supreme Court opinions, state and federal legislative changes, and common contractual modifications Cites and references to principal cases used in most leading casebooks

Examples Explanations for Antitrust

Examples   Explanations for Antitrust
Available:
Author: Christopher L. Sagers
Pages: 512
ISBN: 9781543807622
Release: 2021-02-24
Editor: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

"Concise study aid for law students enrolled in Antitrust courses. Audience: Law students enrolled in Antitrust courses"--

Examples Explanations for Antitrust

Examples   Explanations for Antitrust
Available:
Author: Christopher L. Sagers
Pages: 516
ISBN: 9781454847007
Release: 2014-03-25
Editor: Wolters Kluwer

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

A favorite among successful students, and often recommended by professors, the unique Examples & Explanations series gives you extremely clear introductions to concepts followed by realistic examples that mirror those presented in the classroom throughout the semester. Use at the beginning and midway through the semester to deepen your understanding through clear explanations, corresponding hypothetical fact patterns, and analysis. Then use to study for finals by reviewing the hypotheticals as well as the structure and reasoning behind the accompanying analysis. Designed to complement your casebook, the trusted Examples & Explanations titles get right to the point in a conversational, often humorous style that helps you learn the material each step of the way and prepare for the exam at the end of the course. The unique, time-tested Examples & Explanations series is invaluable to teach yourself the subject from the first day of class until your last review before the final. Each guide: helps you learn new material by working through chapters that explain each topic in simple language challenges your understanding with hypotheticals similar to those presented in class provides valuable opportunity to study for the final by reviewing the hypotheticals as well as the structure and reasoning behind the corresponding analysis quickly gets to the point in conversational style laced with humor remains a favorite among law school students is often recommended by professors who encourage the use of study guides works with ALL the major casebooks, suits any class on a given topic provides an alternative perspective to help you understand your casebook and in-class lectures

Examples Explanations for Antitrust

Examples   Explanations for Antitrust
Available:
Author: Christopher L. Sagers
Pages: 512
ISBN: 9781543819953
Release: 2021-02-24
Editor: Wolters Kluwer

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

Examples and Explanations for Antitrust Law, Third Edition is a relentlessly accessible introduction to a body of law that seems foreign and complex but does not at all have to be. By capturing the bigger picture without sacrificing any detail, introducing antitrust economics in a purely intuitive way appropriate for users at any level of economic sophistication, and extensively explaining the real-world context and institutions of antitrust practice, the book brings the law within reach for students of all backgrounds. New to the Third Edition: Incorporation of all significant judicial and legislative developments since 2011 In-depth new coverage of the “two-sided” or “platform” market theory introduced in the Supreme Court’s seminal 2018 decision in Ohio v. American Express Revised coverage of conspiracy, monopolization, and merger law in light of key lower-court decisions, like United States v. AT&T, New York v. T-Mobile, Steves & Sons v. JELD-WEN, Viamedia v. Comcast, SC Innovations v. Uber Technologies, and the Alston NCAA litigation Expanded treatment of advanced antitrust economic theory in a substantially revised Appendix, including a full examination of bargaining theory and other developing models, and their performance before the courts. Professors and students will benefit from: Extensive attention to real-world context Heavy emphasis on accessibility in language and explanation, but backed up with support for economic and legal study by more advanced readers (for example, the Appendix on advanced antitrust economics) A two-step introduction to antitrust economics accessible without any prior background in economics, built on a purely intuitive and non-quantitative introduction supplemented by more formal explanation for more advanced readers

The Antitrust Paradox

The Antitrust Paradox
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Author: Robert Bork
Pages: 536
ISBN: 1736089714
Release: 2021-02-22
Editor: Unknown

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

The most important book on antitrust ever written. It shows how antitrust suits adversely affect the consumer by encouraging a costly form of protection for inefficient and uncompetitive small businesses.

The Microsoft Antitrust Cases

The Microsoft Antitrust Cases
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Author: Andrew I. Gavil,Harry First
Pages: 460
ISBN: 9780262319225
Release: 2014-11-28
Editor: MIT Press

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

A comprehensive account of the decades-long, multiple antitrust actions against Microsoft and an assessment of the effectiveness of antitrust law in the digital age. For more than two decades, the U.S. Department of Justice, various states, the European Commission, and many private litigants pursued antitrust actions against the tech giant Microsoft. In investigating and prosecuting Microsoft, federal and state prosecutors were playing their traditional role of reining in a corporate power intent on eliminating competition. Seen from another perspective, however, the government's prosecution of Microsoft—in which it deployed the century-old Sherman Antitrust Act in the volatile and evolving global business environment of the digital era—was unprecedented. In this book, two experts on competition policy offer a comprehensive account of the multiple antitrust actions against Microsoft—from beginning to end—and an assessment of the effectiveness of antitrust law in the twenty-first century. Gavil and First describe in detail the cases that the Department of Justice and the states initiated in 1998, accusing Microsoft of obstructing browser competition and perpetuating its Windows monopoly. They cover the private litigation that followed, and the European Commission cases decided in 2004 and 2009. They also consider broader issues of competition policy in the age of globalization, addressing the adequacy of today's antitrust laws, their enforcement by multiple parties around the world, and the difficulty of obtaining effective remedies—all lessons learned from the Microsoft cases.

Antitrust Law

Antitrust Law
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Author: Philip E. Areeda
Pages: 5950
ISBN: STANFORD:36105134529291
Release: 1995-12-31
Editor: Aspen Publishers

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

Recently cited by the Tenth Circuit in Kay Electric Cooperative vs. City of Newkirk and“with its usual care Professor Areeda and Hovenkampand’s treatise traces all these warps and weftsand” in analyzing a municipalityand’s antitrust immunity in light of state authorizing legislation. The authoritative antitrust resource covering mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property and antitrust, predatory pricing, antitrust issues in healthcare, media, and other areas, monopolizing conduct, andquot;substantialandquot; market power, market share and buyer concentration, interlocking directors, refusals to deal, territorial customer limitation, product tying, contractual arbitration provisions; widely cited by the courts, including more than 100 citations by the Supreme Court and FTC combined. By Phillip E. Areeda, Herbert Hovenkamp The authority of Areeda and Hovenkamp's Antitrust Law is second to none. It has been cited more than 50 times by the Supreme Court, more than 50 times by the FTC, and more than 1,050 times by the federal courts. Most recently it was cited by the Supreme Court in American Needle, Inc. v. National Football League. No other source gives you all the law to avoid antitrust liability as you: Plan marketing strategies and develop pricing policies Structure mergers and acquisitions with attention to potential antitrust consequences Prove - or defend against - antitrust injury, monopolization, conspiracy, tying, and other allegation Among the real-world examples and proven strategies you can apply directly to your own cases, you'll find clear discussions of Intellectual property and antitrust Predatory pricing Antitrust issues in healthcare, media, and other areas Monopolizing conduct andquot;Substantialandquot; market power Market share and buyer concentration Interlocking directors Refusals to deal Territorial customer limitation Product tying Contractual arbitration provisions Plus in-depth examination of thousands of cases Antitrust Law is updated twice per year. A Cumulative Supplement is issued in April, and new volumes (Fourth Edition volumes starting in 2013) are issued in September. Highlights for the 2014 Supplement include: Complete update of antitrust and“state actionand” cases, including the Supreme Court's Phoebe Putney decision and its aftermath, plus the litigation in the North Carolina Dental teeth whitening case. See Chapter 2, and¶227. Completely updated section on the law of antitrust class actions, including the Supreme Court's Comcast decision on the amount of common evidence of causation and harm required, and the Optronics decision on whether state Attorney General parens patriae actions qualify as class actions or and“mass actionsand” for purposes of the Class Action Fairness Act . See Chapter 3, and¶331. Updated coverage of Supreme Court treatment of agreements requiring the arbitration of antitrust claims, including prohibitions on class-action treatment. See Chapter 3, and¶311. Updates on the debate over the extent to which a relevant market must be proven in rule of reason antitrust actions and merger cases, or whether market power can be established by other means. See Chapter 15, and¶1508. Updates on most-favored-nation clauses (MFNs), discounting practices including market share discounts, patent exclusion practices, Standards-Essential Patents (SEPs) and Fair, Reasonable and Non-Discriminatory (FRAND) royalty commitments. See Chapter 18, and¶1807b1 and Chapter 20, and¶2022f. All de

Antitrust Law in Perspective

Antitrust Law in Perspective
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Author: Andrew Gavil,William Kovacic,Joshua Wright,Jonathan Baker
Pages: 1495
ISBN: 0314266054
Release: 2016-12-17
Editor: West Academic Publishing

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

The third edition of Gavil, Kovacic and Baker's Antitrust Law in Perspective: Cases, Concepts and Problems in Competition Policy thoroughly updates the second edition. It includes a more accessible treatment of the rule of reason, a further modernized treatment of collusion, the most comprehensive merger chapter available, an innovative new chapter on distribution strategies, and a refreshed and updated treatment of intellectual property and innovation. For the third edition, the authors are joined by former FTC Commissioner Joshua D. Wright, who is now University Professor and Executive Director of the Global Antitrust Institute at the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University.

Cases and Materials on Modern Antitrust Law and Its Origins

Cases and Materials on Modern Antitrust Law and Its Origins
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Author: Thomas D. Morgan
Pages: 953
ISBN: 0314283439
Release: 2014-03-21
Editor: Unknown

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

This text organizes cases over four periods: a 25-year period from 1890 to 1914, in which most of today's issues were foreshadowed; a 25-year period from 1915 to 1939, in which the 'rule of reason' forced courts to investigate the actual consequences of business practices; a 35-year period from 1940 to 1975, in which the per se rule and industry concentration provided the predominant models for analysis; and the modern period of now almost 40 years, which is a synthesis of the second and third periods. The new Fifth Edition retains enough of the first three periods to provide important intellectual and economic context, but it expands upon, even more fully, the recent developments of antitrust policy. All major Supreme Court authority is covered, including the 2013 Actavis 'reverse payments' and Phoebe Putney 'hospital regulation' cases, as well as the 2010 Merger Guidelines and developments in lower court treatment of tying, bundled pricing and mergers.

The Antitrust Revolution

The Antitrust Revolution
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Author: John E. Kwoka,Lawrence J. White
Pages: 468
ISBN: STANFORD:36105017083457
Release: 1994
Editor: Harpercollins College Division

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

Business Organizations

Business Organizations
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Author: Theresa A. Gabaldon,Christopher L. Sagers
Pages: 1136
ISBN: 9781454896593
Release: 2018-07-23
Editor: Aspen Publishers

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

Business Organizations, Second Edition is a pedagogically rich book that recaptures student engagement in the course without sacrificing basic rigor. The traditional coverage of most books in the field is retained, but modernized in reflecting the importance of unincorporated entities and small business counseling problems. Transaction-oriented problems put the student in the practice role of advising a variety of businesses. An expository approach provides clear context for cases. Features include flowcharts, connections boxes, self-testing exercises, an interspersed series of exercises on ethics for business lawyers, a glossary of terms, and sidebars on numerical concepts and skills. Through the use of side-bar explanations or otherwise, the chapters or major sections of chapters in the book stand alone, facilitating teaching in almost any order. An online supplement includes a “business concepts for lawyers” module to be assigned as an instructor desires, as well as a variety of sample documents to show students the actual materials that lawyers work with every day. New to the Second Edition: Major revisions to incorporate important statutory modifications: Book-wide revisions to incorporate 2016 Model Business Corporations Act amendments Book-wide revisions to incorporate amendments to the Revised Uniform Partnership Act and amendments to several other ALI model statutes for unincorporated entities, including the revisions made under the ALI’s “harmonization project” Revisions to reflect significant changes in the exemptions from registration under the Securities Act of 1933 Updates to reflect the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act New cases, including Alexander v. FedEx and O’Connor v. Uber (dealing with the agency relationship of delivery companies and their drivers); Browning-Ferris Indus. (addressing the possibility of joint-employer status in situations involving temp agencies); and Salman v. U.S. (new decision of the Supreme Court having to do with insider trading) Newly written substantive materials, including an entirely new section on the “gig” economy, added to Ch. 4; and new material on the ability of shareholders to adopt bylaws affecting the management of business Shorter cases to bring down page length and respond to adopter requests Improved integration of the text and its online companion material Professors and students will benefit from: Modularity—achieved by keeping chapters short and self-contained—so that the book can be adapted to professors’ different priorities Substantial material provided for free in an online supplement, to reduce overall student costs, including: A set of complete edited codes to support all readings in the casebook; and A module comprising a “business concepts for lawyers” guide, covering tax, accounting, financial and economic topics keyed directly to the book. Detailed, problem-focused treatment of unincorporated entity issues and special transactional problems in counseling small businesses Visual and pedagogical elements (including teaching and learning aids such as flow-charts and self-testing devices) that are designed to engage a generation of students and teachers accustomed to variety and visual appeal Special cross-referencing aids to emphasize connections among related topics An expository approach providing clear context for the traditional case material that also appears Easy-to-digest sidebar content intended to develop student numeracy strength in tax, accounting and other relevant concepts

Antitrust law journal

Antitrust law journal
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Author: Anonim
Pages: 329
ISBN: UCAL:B5145840
Release: 1984
Editor: Unknown

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

Economics and the Interpretation and Application of U S and E U Antitrust Law

Economics and the Interpretation and Application of U S  and E U  Antitrust Law
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Author: Richard S. Markovits
Pages: 761
ISBN: 9783642243073
Release: 2014-05-22
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

This volume (1) defines the specific-anticompetitive-intent, lessening-competition, distorting-competition, and exploitative-abuse tests of illegality promulgated by U.S. and/or E.U. antitrust law, (2) compares the efficiency defenses promulgated by U.S. and E.U. antitrust law, (3) compares the conduct-coverage of the various U.S. and E.U. antitrust laws, (4) defines price competition and quality-or-variety-increasing-investment (QV-investment) competition and explains why they should be analyzed separately, (5) defines the components of individualized-pricing and across-the-board-pricing sellers’ price minus marginal cost gaps and analyses each’s determinants, (6) defines the determinants of the intensity of QV-investment competition and explains how they determine that intensity, (7) demonstrates that definitions of both classical and antitrust markets are inevitably arbitrary, not just at their periphery but comprehensively, (8) criticizes the various protocols for market definition recommended/used by scholars, the U.S. antitrust agencies, the European Commission, and U.S. and E.U. courts, (9) explains that a firm’s economic (market) power or dominance depends on its power over both price and QV investment and demonstrates that, even if markets could be defined non-arbitrarily, a firm’s economic power could not be predicted from its market share, (10) articulates a definition of “oligopolistic conduct” that some economists have implicitly used–conduct whose perpetrator-perceived ex ante profitability depended critically on the perpetrator’s belief that its rivals’ responses would be affected by their belief that it could react to their responses, distinguishes two types of such conduct–contrived and natural–by whether it entails anticompetitive threats and/or offers, explains why this distinction is critical under U.S. but not E.U. antitrust law, analyzes the profitability of each kind of oligopolistic conduct, examines these analyses’ implications for each’s antitrust legality, and criticizes related U.S. and E.U. case-law and doctrine and scholarly positions (e.g., on the evidence that establishes the illegal oligopolistic character of pricing), and (11) executes parallel analyses of predatory conduct--e.g., criticizes various arguments for the inevitable unprofitability of predatory pricing, the various tests that economists/U.S. courts advocate using/use to determine whether pricing is predatory, and two analyses by economists of the conditions under which QV investment and systems rivalry are predatory and examines the conditions under which production-process research, plant-modernization, and long-term full-requirements contracts are predatory.

The Oxford Handbook of American Sports Law

The Oxford Handbook of American Sports Law
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Author: Michael A. McCann
Pages: 648
ISBN: 9780190465957
Release: 2018
Editor: Oxford University Press

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

The Oxford Handbook of American Sports Law takes the reader through the most important controversies and critical developments in law and U.S. sports. Over the course of 30 chapters, leading scholars explore this expanding and captivating area of law. The Handbook is the first book to gather dozens of perspectives on sports law controversies in the United States, and will be of interest to those who study and practice sports law, as well as journalists, broadcasters, and legally minded sports fans. The Oxford Handbook of American Sports Law incorporates analysis of key historical events in sports law-such as the rise of free agency in professional sports and the concept of "amateurism" for college athletes-and their broader context. Contemporary legal controversies in U.S. sports and their accompanying questions are also of central importance: In a sensible legal system, how would long-term neurological injuries from contact sports be addressed? How would the use of racially insensitive team names be resolved? How would a seemingly trivial dispute over air pressure in footballs be studied from the competing perspectives of players, teams, and leagues? The Oxford Handbook of American Sports Law weighs not just the facts, but how courts and lawmakers ought to consider the most important questions at stake. The essays in this volume also canvass the types of legal controversies in sports likely to surface in the future. This is particularly true of law and technology matters, including those related to broadcasting and streaming. Legal doctrine has been and will continue to be forced to adapt to these developments, and the Handbook both forecasts coming debates and outlines where the law may be headed.

Examples Explanations for Federal Income Tax

Examples   Explanations for Federal Income Tax
Available:
Author: Katherine Pratt
Pages: 636
ISBN: 9781454849568
Release: 2014-07-23
Editor: Wolters Kluwer

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

A favorite among successful students, and often recommended by professors, the unique Examples & Explanations series gives you extremely clear introductions to concepts followed by realistic examples that mirror those presented in the classroom throughout the semester. Use at the beginning and midway through the semester to deepen your understanding through clear explanations, corresponding hypothetical fact patterns, and analysis. Then use to study for finals by reviewing the hypotheticals as well as the structure and reasoning behind the accompanying analysis. Designed to complement your casebook, the trusted Examples & Explanations titles get right to the point in a conversational, often humorous style that helps you learn the material each step of the way and prepare for the exam at the end of the course. The unique, time-tested Examples & Explanations series is invaluable to teach yourself the subject from the first day of class until your last review before the final. Each guide: helps you learn new material by working through chapters that explain each topic in simple language challenges your understanding with hypotheticals similar to those presented in class provides valuable opportunity to study for the final by reviewing the hypotheticals as well as the structure and reasoning behind the corresponding analysis quickly gets to the point in conversational style laced with humor remains a favorite among law school students is often recommended by professors who encourage the use of study guides works with ALL the major casebooks, suits any class on a given topic provides an alternative perspective to help you understand your casebook and in-class lectures

Global Competition Law and Economics

Global Competition Law and Economics
Available:
Author: Einer Elhauge,Damien Geradin
Pages: 1170
ISBN: 1841134651
Release: 2007
Editor: Hart Publishing

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

Modern antitrust law is global antitrust law. Markets are becoming increasingly global, or at least multinational. This volume examines US and EC competition law cases and decisions within a common analytical framework strongly based on economic theory.

Law Economics and Antitrust

Law  Economics and Antitrust
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Author: Paddy McNutt
Pages: 405
ISBN: 1781958890
Release: 2005-01-01
Editor: Edward Elgar Publishing

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

. . . those who are dealing with antitrust issues the book is very useful and if somebody has already acquired the basic economic principles underlying antitrust regimes, one should read [this] book. . . Pal Bela Szilagyi and Dorina Juhasz, Erasmus Law and Economics Review The book is quite often an interesting read and provokes plenty of unexpected thoughts. . . Scholars familiar with the public choice literature and American antitrust law could benefit from the stimulating questions McNutt raises throughout and for the wealth of examples from European competition law. Scott E. Graves, The Law and Politics Book Review Patrick McNutt s book is a brilliant exposé of the interaction between law, economics and antitrust. The author, an economist and distinguished regulator, handles both the legal and economic material deftly. It is provocative particularly when dealing with issues such as the efficiency of competition and the effectiveness of antitrust rules. His case-studies are particularly compelling. The book is written with huge flair and great learning. It combines theoretical and practical considerations. The comparative coverage is excellent. A "must-read" for all interested in law and economics. Antitrust specialists will discover many novel and valid insights. David O Keeffe, University College London, UK and College of Europe, Bruges, Belgium This book continually stimulates the reader to think about the issues in non-standard and illuminating ways, following new and significant directions. Yet the discussion always is authoritatively grounded in the author s extensive knowledge of the pertinent law and the relevant economic analysis. William J. Baumol, New York University, US and Princeton University, US Professor McNutt provides a refreshing and different perspective on the important fundamental issues underlying competition law and policy. Barry E. Hawk, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, US In this accessible yet rigorous textbook, Patrick McNutt presents a clear and refreshing approach to a wide range of topics in law, economics and antitrust. The issues covered include duty and obligation, contracting, liability, property rights, efficient entry, compensation, oligopoly pricing, issues in strategic antitrust and merger analysis. Using a selection of case studies where appropriate, and examples based in game theory, the book examines these issues from both a law and economics and a microeconomics perspective. Emphasis is placed on a thorough assessment of the economic and legal arguments, blending the rigours of microeconomic analysis with common law standards. The analysis contained in the book will not only review, and indeed adapt neoclassical economic analysis but will also apply some of the methodology from the relatively new paradigm known as law and economics to many of the issues. The book also addresses the increasing overlap between emerging approaches in public choice and in law and economics. Practitioners in competition law and regulation of utilities will draw great value from this original and pertinent volume, as will scholars in the areas of regulation, competition law, competition policy and law and economics.

Securities Regulation

Securities Regulation
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Author: Alan R. Palmiter
Pages: 520
ISBN: STANFORD:36105064207009
Release: 2005
Editor: Aspen Law & Business

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

Students depend on Securities Regulation: Examples & Explanations because it gives them what they need: - coverage of key concepts, such as public offerings, exemptions from registration, liability in securities offerings, materiality, definition of security, securities fraud, insider trading, SEC enforcement, and cross-border regulation - Examples and Explanations approach that reinforces learning by combining textual material with well-written examples, questions, and explanations - assistance in navigating a complex subject, beginning with clear delineations of the basic concepts of securities regulation and then applying the concepts in specific areas - numerous examples drawn from newsworthy events - content corresponds to the topics in the leading casebooks - sound and logical organization moves from major themes to specifics - clear and straightforward writing style The Third Edition keeps pace with developments in the law: - Sarbanes-Oxley Act with comprehensive overview and developments, including new problems - new SEC rules on expanded risk disclosure, company certifications, and lawyer up the ladder reporting - new material on IPO abuses: spinning, flipping, gun-jumping - new NYSE and NASDAQ rules on corporate governance listing standards and stock analysts - new and updated cases - new and revised examples

Quantitative Techniques for Competition and Antitrust Analysis

Quantitative Techniques for Competition and Antitrust Analysis
Available:
Author: Peter Davis,Eliana Garcés
Pages: 592
ISBN: 9781400831869
Release: 2009-11-16
Editor: Princeton University Press

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

This book combines practical guidance and theoretical background for analysts using empirical techniques in competition and antitrust investigations. Peter Davis and Eliana Garcés show how to integrate empirical methods, economic theory, and broad evidence about industry in order to provide high-quality, robust empirical work that is tailored to the nature and quality of data available and that can withstand expert and judicial scrutiny. Davis and Garcés describe the toolbox of empirical techniques currently available, explain how to establish the weight of pieces of empirical work, and make some new theoretical contributions. The book consistently evaluates empirical techniques in light of the challenge faced by competition analysts and academics--to provide evidence that can stand up to the review of experts and judges. The book's integrated approach will help analysts clarify the assumptions underlying pieces of empirical work, evaluate those assumptions in light of industry knowledge, and guide future work aimed at understanding whether the assumptions are valid. Throughout, Davis and Garcés work to expand the common ground between practitioners and academics.

Antitrust Analysis

Antitrust Analysis
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Author: Phillip Areeda,Louis Kaplow
Pages: 1034
ISBN: STANFORD:36105062043760
Release: 1997
Editor: Aspen Publishers

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

Reorganized for increased accessibility, The 1997 edition of ANTITRUST ANALYSIS presents coverage of current issues with the same incisive -- and effective -- approach that has earned the book its premier reputation in the field. The distinctive emphasis on textual explanations that has always characterized Antitrust Analysis continues in the Fifth Edition. These strong textual discussions convey essential background information and necessary economic principles. Further, less significant cases have been trimmed. The authors' vast expertise in antitrust and economics is shown in a casebook of truly unrivaled quality. ANTITRUST ANALYSIS, Fifth Edition, opens with a clear introduction To The history of antitrust law and a cogent presentation of important economics material. The authors then explore: horizontal agreements monopolization vertical agreements mergers price discrimination Reflecting ongoing movement in the antitrust arena, Areeda and Kaplow now address new developments in: intellectual property health care international aspects of antitrust law