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The Antitrust Laws: A Primer

by John H. Shenefield And Irwin M. Stelzer

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Eleanor M. Fox, New York University School of Law
A refreshing, accessible, readable guide that covers amazing ground on antitrust law an practice...Sparkles with perspective and practical information...immensely useful to student, lawyer, and businessperson.

Robert H. Bork, Olin Scholar in Legal Studies, American Enterprise Institute
A prominent lawyer and a prominent economist cut through the fog to lay bare the structure and meaning of the [antitrust] laws in lucid, non-technical language.

Book Description
In this new edition, John H. Shenefield and Irwin M. Stelzer substantially expand their analysis of mergers and acquisitions and their assessment of international antitrust enforcement to reflect the provisions of new guidelines and the evolving agreements among nations to cooperate in enforcement. In addition, the authors offer a new chapter on intellectual property that considers the role of antitrust laws in accommodating the tension between the desire to innovate and the desire to optimize the rate of diffusion of new inventions.

About the Author
John H. Shenefield, former head of the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice, is now with the Washington, D.C. law firm of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius.

Irwin M. Stelzer is a resident scholar and director of regulatory policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute and an economic and political columnist for the Sunday Times of London and the Boston Herald.



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