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Antitrust and trade policy in the United States and the European Community
Fordham Corporate Law Institute (12th 1985 New York City)
|Statement||editor: Barry E. Hawk.|
|Contributions||Hawk, Barry E., Fordham University. School of Law.|
Other jurisdictions look to both the United States and Europe for guidance for antitrust jurisprudence. In their book The Atlantic Divide in Antitrust: An Examination of US and EU Competition Policy, Daniel Gifford and Robert Kudrle analyze a distinct set of cases across a number of different substantive areas in the two jurisdictions. Civil antitrust litigation can take years to resolve, distract business operations, and cost millions of dollars. With lawyers throughout the United States, Europe, and Australia, we help clients navigate antitrust litigation to seek the earliest and most advantageous exit.
Antitrust law, or competition law (as it is known in Europe), regulates markets with the goal of protecting competition and thus increasing efficiency and consumer welfare. These laws are relevant to libraries for two reasons: (1) antitrust enforcement is often suggested as a solution for the problems of the scholarly publishing market, and (2) the specter of antitrust violations often scares. It is clear that antitrust is becoming increasingly important to American firms that are more and more involved in international transactions. These firms must be carefully attuned not only to the antitrust laws of the United States but also to the competition policies and antitrust enforcement regimes of the other nations in which they operate.
This book is an accessible and authoritative single-volume guide to antitrust law. It provides a complete and detailed framework for United States (US) antitrust laws and the cases which interpret them. It describes how the laws are enforced, and by whom, and introduces the . The United States's antitrust policy spans more than years. For most of its history the United States has had the toughest antitrust laws and enforcement policies of any country in the world.
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Trust and trade policy objectives in both the United States and the European Community (EC). His main contention is simple indeed: antitrust, which aims to promote competition, and trade policy, which aims to protect domestic industry, operate at cross-purposes.
Mendes skillfully elaborates this thesis throughout his book, showing theAuthor: Alyssa A. Grikscheit, Mario Marques Mendes.
Get this from a library. Antitrust and trade policy in the United States and the European Community: annual proceedings of the Fordham Corporate Law Institute. [Barry E Hawk;]. Competition law is a law that promotes or seeks to maintain market competition by regulating anti-competitive conduct by companies.
Competition law is implemented through public and private enforcement. Competition law is known as antitrust law in the United States for historical reasons, and as "anti-monopoly law" in China and previous years it has been known as trade practices law.
The European Community (EC) Treaty has multiple purposes, with the antitrust rules laid out in the first chapter of Part III of the treaty. Nine articles are contained within this chapter of laws. Additionally, further important provisions of EC antitrust law are explained in Articles II and III.
Antitrust in the United States and European Community: Toward a Bilateral Agreement I. INTRODUCTION Citing dramatically increased imports and decreased exports in the machine tool industry, semiconductor market, television market and auto parts industries, a U.S.
Senator recently described America's. Antitrust Law in the European Community and the United States: A Comparative Analysis Gabriele Dara This Article is brought to you for free and open access by the Law Reviews and Journals at LSU Law Digital Commons.
It has been accepted for inclusion in Louisiana Law Review by an authorized editor of LSU Law Digital Commons. European antitrust policy is developed from two central rules set out in the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union: First, Article of the Treaty prohibits agreements between two or more independent market operators which restrict competition.
This provision covers both horizontal agreements (between actual or potential competitors. Every October the Fordham Competition Law Institute brings together leading figures from governmental organizations, leading international law firms and corporations and academia to examine and analyze the most important issues in international antitrust and trade policy of.
Publications on antitrust (EU competition policy) External studies produced for the Commission, by topic. The contents of external reports do not necessarily reflect the position or. In the United States, antitrust law is a collection of federal and state government laws that regulates the conduct and organization of business corporations, generally to promote competition for the benefit of main statutes are the Sherman Act ofthe Clayton Act of and the Federal Trade Commission Act of These Acts serve three major functions.
BOOK REVIEWS Antitrust and Trade Policies of the European Economic Community Edited by Barry Hawk, Fordham Corporate Law Institute, Matthew Bender & Co., Inc.,pp. This volume, containing the proceedings and papers of the Tenth Annual Fordham Corporate Law Institute, is a must for practitioners and scholars.
respective views of the United States and the European Community regarding the extraterritorial application of antitrust laws. This Arti-cle compares the differing approaches of the United States and the European Community as they wrestle with the question of how to regulate foreign anticompetitive activity.
European competition law is the competition law in use within the European Union. It promotes the maintenance of competition within the European Single Market by regulating anti-competitive conduct by companies to ensure that they do not create cartels and monopolies that would damage the interests of society.
European competition law today derives mostly from articles to of the. An overview of competition law development around the world -- United States antitrust law -- 2. Summary of the United States antitrust laws -- 3.
The application of United States antitrust law to international transactions and foreign parties -- 4. U.S. law enforcement procedure -- 5. America’s antitrust history began with the Sherman Antitrust Act ofpassed “as a reaction to the rising power of monopoly trusts.” The law lay dormant for a decade until “activated.
Antitrust Division. Federal Trade Commission (FTC): US federal agency whose tasks include consumer protection and enforcement of competition law. Development of EU and US competition policies Fair competition in a market economy is considered to increase.
The difference in the two approaches to antitrust is vividly illustrated in the treatment of Microsoft by the United States and by the European Union. While the United States initially attempted to prosecute Microsoft for violating the Sherman Act by bundling Internet Explorer with its Windows software, it has since permitted it.
THE U.S. ANTITRUST LAWS IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT Diane P. Wood* For more than a hundred and ten years, the U.S. antitrust laws have stood at the center of what loosely (and to some, heretically) could be called the industrial policy of the United States.
Competition, undertaken by private. Antitrust and Intellectual Property in the United States and the European Union The Interplay Between Competition Law and Intellectual Property - An International Perspective, Gabriella Muscolo and Marina Tavassi eds., Kluwer Law International, Forthcoming, George Mason.
petition has been the industrial policy of the United States. In the European Union,2 economic integration of the various member nations is a dominant objective of competition policy. The common market evolved from the perceived need to break down trade barriers between Western European nations, and Community policy therefore reflects as.
‘ The Extraterritorial Application of Antitrust Laws: the United States and the European Community Approaches ’ () Virginia Journal of International Law 1 Amarasinha, S. D., ‘ WTO Core Principles and Trade/Competition Policies’ and Jenny F., ‘Competition, Trade and Development Before and After Cancun ’ () Fordham.Maureen McGuirl is a co-author of the Second Edition of Antitrust Laws and Trade Regulation, and a contributing author to Antitrust Counseling and Litigation Techniques.
Ms. McGuirl is a partner with Fensterstock & Parnters in New York City. Her litigation practices focuses on antitrust, intellectual property, and complex business litigation.Centre for Competition Law and Policy The Competition Law & Policy Guest Lecture Programme - Paper (L) 02/05 _____ A BRIEF COMPARISON OF EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN ANTITRUST LAW Alden F.
Abbott Visiting Fellow, All Souls College, Trinity Term (On leave from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission) I. Introduction and Overview.