This course covers the fundamentals of United States antitrust law as well as the underlying legal and economic theory. Topics include (i) horizontal restraints of trade such as cartels, oligopolies, and joint ventures; (ii) monopolization and the conduct of dominant firms; (iii) vertical restraints of trade between suppliers and customers such as resale price maintenance, territorial and customer restrictions, tying arrangements, exclusive dealing contracts, bundled and loyalty pricing; (iv) mergers; and (v) the intersection between antitrust and other areas of law, such as procedure, intellectual property, and the First Amendment.
A final exam will be offered.
Special Notes:*4 credits
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|Barak D. Richman|
|Sakai site: https://sakai.duke.edu/portal/site/LAW-205-01-Sp23|
|Email list: LAW-205-01-Sp23@sakai.duke.edu|
Course Requirements - JD
Course Requirements - JD-LLM-LE
Course Requirements - Public Interest
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