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Examples & Explanations for Antitrust, Third Edition

Authors
  • Christopher L. Sagers
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Examples and Explanations for Antitrust Law, Third Editionis a relentlessly accessible introduction to a body of law that seems foreign and complex but does not at all have to be. By capturing the bigger picture without sacrificing any detail, introducing antitrust economics in a purely intuitive way appropriate for users at any level of economic sophistication, and extensively explaining the real-world context and institutions of antitrust practice, the book brings the law within reach for students of all backgrounds.

New to the Third Edition:

  • Incorporation of all significant judicial and legislative developments since 2011
  • In-depth new coverage of the “two-sided” or “platform” market theory introduced in the Supreme Court’s seminal 2018 decision in Ohio v. American Express
  • Revised coverage of conspiracy, monopolization, and merger law in light of key lower-court decisions, like United States v. AT&T, New York v. T-Mobile, Steves & Sons v. JELD-WEN, Viamedia v. Comcast, SC Innovations v. Uber Technologies, and the Alston NCAA litigation
  • Expanded treatment of advanced antitrust economic theory in a substantially revised Appendix, including a full examination of bargaining theory and other developing models, and their performance before the courts.

Professors and students will benefit from:

  • Extensive attention to real-world context
  • Heavy emphasis on accessibility in language and explanation, but backed up with support for economic and legal study by more advanced readers (for example, the Appendix on advanced antitrust economics)
  • A two-step introduction to antitrust economics accessible without any prior background in economics, built on a purely intuitive and non-quantitative introduction supplemented by more formal explanation for more advanced readers
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About the authors
Christopher Sagers
Professor of Law
Cleveland State University

Chris Sagers is Professor of Law at Cleveland State University, where he teaches Antitrust, Banking Regulation, Business Organizations, Law & Economics, Administrative Law, and a seminar concerning the theory of the firm.  He is the author or editor of four books and numerous articles that focus on antitrust, regulated industries, and financial regulation.  He has given testimony on these matters before Congress and the U.S, Antitrust Modernization Commission and is a frequent panelist and lecturer.  He is a Senior Fellow of the American Antitrust Institute, an elected member of the American Law Institute, and a leadership member of the Antitrust Section of the American Bar Association. 

Before joining the faculty, Professor Sagers practiced law for four years in Washington, D.C., first at Arnold & Porter and then at Shea & Gardner. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan Schools of Law and Public Policy.

Hailing originally from the peaceful obscurity of small-town Iowa, Professor Sagers lives with his wife and sons in the nicest little town in America, Cleveland Heights, Ohio.

Product Information
Edition
Third Edition
Publication date
2021-02-24
Copyright Year
2021
Pages
512
Paperback
9781543807622
Connected eBook with Study Center (Digital Only)
9781543838275
Subject
Antitrust Law
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