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Summer II 2013
5330 Antitrust - BARTLETT- 18983

Professor(s): Paul Bartlett (ADJUNCT)

Credits: 3

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Time: 6:00p-8:40p  MTWLocation: 209  BL

Course Outline: Antitrust Law, also known as Trade Regulation, is a comprehensive course on the laws that pertain to lawful methods of competition in a free-market economy. The course reviews most major cases reported in the federal courts, with emphasis on the Sherman Act of 1890, the Clayton and Federal Trade Commissions Acts of 1914, the Robinson-Patman Act of 1936, and federal amendments of those statutes. The course details a history of enforcement by the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, state Attorneys General, as well as suits by private attorneys. Penalties under the Acts (both civil and criminal) are discussed, with the objective of educating attorneys as to giving proper analysis/advice to clients in the antitrust area.

Course Syllabus: Syllabus pdf

Course Notes: New Professor: Paul Bartlett  

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Final Exam Schedule: 07/03 6-9pm  209 BLB    

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Satisfies Skills Course Requirement: No
Satisfies Senior Writing Requirement: No