Adolfo, E. (GP)
van Schewick, B. (PI)
Antitrust law sets the ground rules for competition. This class provides an introduction to federal antitrust law. We will examine cartels and competitor collaborations, monopolization, vertical restraints and horizontal mergers. The class prepares you to apply antitrust law in practice. Who should take this class: If you are interested in clerking, working at the Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, or state antitrust agencies, law firms, public interest groups, or in Congress; business law; reining in the market power of large internet companies; or simply curious about antitrust law, this class is for you. There are no prerequisites for this course. No economic background is required. The course is open to GSB students and graduate students in the Economics Department. To apply for this course, non-Law students must complete a Non-Law Student Add Request Form available on the SLS Registrar's Office website (see Non-Law Students). Elements used in grading: Class participation, attendance, and final exam.
Law Honors/Pass/Restrd Cr/Fail
Legal and Regulatory Intervention - Electives
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