Comparative Antitrust Law and Enforcement"This seminar will explore selected important and current legal and economic antitrust/competition issues in a comparative law setting, with an emphasis on the U.S. and EU laws and decisions. Specific topics will include:<br>Institutional differences in enforcement (eg administrative authorities, private actions and courts) and policy; the role of economics and experts; cartels and oligopolies; vertical restraints; abusive unilateral conduct; mergers, joint ventures and other collaboration among competitors (eg sports leagues); hot industries -- including high tech, transportation, media, telcom, natural resources, etc. -- and related global enforcement issues."
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|Hawk, Barry E.||Spring 2011|