Antitrust – Recent Developments in New YorkThis seminar will focus on recent antitrust issues, and particularly on cases that have been related to New York in some way. Possible topics will be cases that involved the entertainment or finance industries or cases brought by the New York Attorney General, though some topics may not be closely related to New York. A goal of the class will be to have as guests the attorneys or economic experts who were involved in the cases discussed. The emphasis will be less on a systematic examination of antitrust doctrine than on exploring the implications of that doctrine for the handling of particular cases.
Pre-requisites: Antitrust Law or previous experience with antitrust law.
Is this course open to LL.M. students? Yes
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|Mark Patterson||Paper Option/Exam|