Duquesne University School of Law

ANTITRUST, 3 credits

Elective Course
Fulfills Concentration Elective:  Business Law, Government & Public Interest Law, Health Law & Science

A comprehensive coverage of antitrust and trade regulation law, including monopolization, horizontal and vertical restraints, price and territorial arrangements, mergers, tying arrangements and exclusive dealing, patents and the antitrust laws, and price discrimination and discrimination in services and facilities to customers, as provided in the Federal Sherman, Clayton, Celler-Kefauver and Federal Trade Commission Acts and under statutory and common law precedents in many states. Trade regulations affecting foreign commerce, as well as domestic commerce, will be considered including provisions in effect in other countries such as, for instance, in the European Economic Community under the Treaty of Rome.

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