Law 240 - Antitrust Law I
Mark F. Grady
J.D. UCLA School of Law, 1973
This course is a basic one-semester introduction to federal antitrust law, including the rules against price-fixing, market division, monopolization, attempts to monopolize, tie-ins, and exclusive dealing.
1. Learn the basic principles of federal antitrust law;
2. Learn how to predict the results of novel antitrust cases;
3. Learn how to make legal arguments, especially analogical legal arguments;
4. Learn how to interpret patterns of case results and how they determine legal principles and legal arguments.