Law 621: Antitrust Law
Trade regulation under federal antitrust law, including the law of price
fixing, market allocation, boycotts and other agreements among
competitors; predatory pricing and other forms of monopolization and
attempted monopolization; resale price maintenance, tying arrangements,
territorial and customer limitations and other forms of vertical
agreements; horizontal and vertical mergers; and price discrimination.
2 - 3 Credits
- Lecture: Lecture for Law 621
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