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Spring 2020
LAW108  A  ANTITRUST

Course Description
Antitrust law is concerned with how firms compete in the marketplace. Given its broad focus on market competition, the study of antitrust allows us to better understand how modern economies function and why businesses (large and small) behave the way they do. Antitrust laws are also broad in scope. They apply across a huge swath of the economy, from Silicon Valley tech giants to local retailers. The primary categories of strategic conduct addressed in this course include monopolization, cartels, vertical distribution agreements, mergers and acquisitions, and joint ventures.

Course Schedule
Dates Day Time Room
01-13-2020 - 04-21-2020   TR  9:30 AM-10:50 AM F109

Course Frequency
This course is usually offered once every academic year

Course Information

Credits: 3
Pass/Fail Option: Yes
Prerequisite:
Grading: Graded
Method of Evaluation: Final Exam
Graduation Requirements Fulfilled By Course:
General
Special Attributes: None
Course Delivery:

Special Restrictions:
Law Track(s):
Business & Taxation - Specialized
Government & Regulation - Related
Litigation - Related
Bar Subject(s): None
Concentration(s):
Business Compliance and Sustainability (Area of Focus)   More information
Business Compliance and Sustainability (Concentration)   More information
The Business of Innovation, Law and Technology: BILT (Concentration)   More information
Course Book(s):
Textbook Required:
Yes  
  • Textbook Name: Antitrust Law, Policy and Procedure: Cases, Materials, Problems
    Textbook Type: Hardcover
    Requirement: Required
    Author: Sullivan, Hovenkamp, Shelanski
    Publisher: Lexis Nexis
    Edition: 7th edition available at Book Horizons
    ISBN: 978-16304-30153
      
  
First Class Assignment(s):
  • Assignment: Please read pages 1-6 and pages 37-53 in the Sullivan et al. casebook.

    Additional Information:
    Please join the course TWEN site as soon as possible and review the syllabus and first installment of the course reading list.
      

 
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