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This portable reference offers an overview of antitrust law from procedural to substantive issues. It clarifies the complex elements of predatory pricing, distinguishes aggressive competition from a specific intent to monopolize, and determines requirements for establishing anticompetitive conduct. Refer to it for an analysis of governing theory and key cases. Includes a full chapter on recent developments in antitrust law. Features and Benefits: A U.S. Supreme Court decision reflecting a split on what constitutes a ""boycott"" under the McCarran-Ferguson Act, and by implication, the Sherman Act Appellate court decisions applying the rule of reason to price-motivated agreements that were arguably justified by concerns for racial equality Decisions upholding the legality of promotional programs in which distributors are required to adhere to the manufacturer's recommended resale price Policy guidelines for the health care industry.