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Antitrust Evidence Handbook 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9781590310359
ISBN: 1590310357
Published: October 2002
Publisher: American Bar Association (NBN)
Format: Paperback
Price: £76.50

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While antitrust litigation is like other litigation in many ways, it also is unique in other respects. The Antitrust Evidence Handbook, Second Edition provides practitioners with a quick reference source on evidentiary issues that arise principally, although not exclusively, in antitrust cases. This new edition updates the original Handbook published in 1991 but retains the user-friendly organization and format of the original version. It also incorporates the latest statutory and case law developments in the evidence field. The most significant development in antitrust evidence in the last decade has been the treatment of expert testimony under Daubert and its progeny, and the chapter devoted to experts has been completely rewritten to take account of these changes. Organized in outline form so topics can be located quickly and easily, this volume is published in a format that can be carried handily by counsel to court or depositions. Anyone involved in antitrust litigation will continue to find the Handbook to be a useful reference tool.

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I. Hearsay Issues Most Relevant in Antitrust Cases; II. Relevance Issues in the Antitrust Context; III. Privileges; IV. The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination; V. Experts; VI. Prima Facie Effect; Table of Authorities