Antitrust Law

Antitrust practice involves counseling businesses about potential antitrust issues arising from their business practices (often called antitrust avoidance) as well as the implementation of antitrust compliance programs.  It can also involve representing business entities before the government enforcement agencies in the merger review process and in civil and criminal investigations.  Finally, antitrust practice typically involves representing plaintiffs and defendants in private antitrust litigation where the plaintiff is seeking treble damages and often injunctive relief for alleged antitrust violations.
 
Foundation Courses – Introducing the Basic Concepts
Antitrust
Selected Problems in Antitrust Law (EW)
 
Related Courses
Administrative Law
Business Enterprise
Consumer Law
Economic Analysis of Law
Federal Courts
Health Law
Intellectual Property
Regulated Industries
Sports Law
Trademark & Business Torts
 
Faculty
Here are some of the full-time faculty members who teach or have an interest in this area:
Paul Rogers
Tom Mayo (health law related issues)
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