Antitrust Law

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Course Number:
LAW 646

Credit Hours:
3 Credit Hours

Prerequisites: RCC*. This course provides an overview of legal and economic problems in the public control of corporate market power, focusing on the legal (and occasionally economic) significance of price fixing, boycotts, monopolization, franchising restrictions, and mergers. Students will examine how courts evaluate business practices and/or corporate structure.

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