Southwestern Law School Los Angeles, CA

Antitrust Law

504 | 3.0 credits


This general overview of federal antitrust law concentrates on basic substantive areas of the Sherman and Clayton Acts such as: horizontal restraints of trade including price fixing, boycotts, bid rigging, allocations of customers and territories, and trade associations; vertical restraints including resale price maintenance, allocation of territories, exclusive distributorships, tying and termination dealers, monopolization and attempts to monopolize under Section 2 of the Sherman Act; and mergers (horizontal, vertical and conglomerate) under the Clayton Act, Section 7.