Antitrust Law (3050)
This course focuses on the legal control of competitive business activities by federal legislation and evolving judicial interpretation. Major topics include price fixing, market diversion, group boycott and refusals to deal, monopolization, mergers, predatory pricing, exclusive dealing, tying arrangements and the oligopoly problem. Emphasis is placed on the use of economic theory in the development and application of the laws. However no economics background is required.
- Credits: 3