The fifth edition of Rogers and Andersen’s Antitrust Law: Policy and Practice is newly updated, reorganized, and streamlined to reflect the changing landscape of antitrust law. It still contains significant material on antitrust policy and practice without sacrificing its emphasis on the core substantive antitrust law under the Sherman and Clayton Acts. Shorter chapters provide the instructor with more options on course coverage and the problems interspersed in the book still provide instructors with the choice of teaching the course using a more problem-based approach. The casebook remains, however, fundamentally focused on the development of antitrust law through tightly edited Supreme Court cases and brief accompanying notes.
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