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カリノウスキー 反トラスト法と取引規制 卓上版

Antitrust Laws and Trade Regulation, Desk Edition

Julian O. von Kalinowski, M. Sean Royall, Phillip H. Rudolph, et al.

2 vols. Looseleaf. 1981 to date.(追録年2回)

Matthew Bender. ISBN: 9780820517636

¥508,933

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シャーマン法、クレイトン法、ロビンソン・パットマン法、連邦取引委員会法、ハート・スコット・ロディノ法の各個別法の規定文言について、関連する判例および当局のガイドラインから解説しています。反トラスト法上の審査対象となる事業取引類型と適用免除規定、民事・刑事上の法執行等、実体法・手続法上の主要な問題点をカバーしています。

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【Table of Contents】

1. The Scope, Jurisdiction, and Enforcement of the Antitrust Laws

1.01 Purpose of the Antitrust Laws

1.02 The Sherman Act

1.03 The Clayton

1.04 The Robinson-Patman Act

1.05 The Federal Trade Commission Act

1.06 Jurisdictional Reach of the Antitrust Laws: Interstate and Foreign Commerce; Subject Matter and Personal Jurisdiction

1.07 Government and Private Enforcement

2. Restraints of Trade

2.01 Distinction Between Horizontal and Vertical Restraints

2.02 Elements of a Restraint of Trade Under the Sherman Act

2.03 Horizontal Restraints

2.04 Vertical Restraints

3. Monopolization, Attempted Monopolization, and Combinations or Conspiracies to Monopolize

3.01 Introduction

3.02 Actual Monopolization

3.03 Attempted Monopolization

3.04 Combination or Conspiracy to Monopolize

4. Mergers, Acquisitions, and Joint Ventures

4.01 Clayton Act, Section 7

4.02 Jurisdictional Prerequisites to a Section 7 Lawsuit

4.03 Anticompetitive Effects: Applicable Concepts

4.04 Horizontal and Non-Horizontal Mergers and Joint Ventures

4.05 Factors Relevant in Determining Probable Effect on Competition

4A. Premerger Notification

4A.01 Introduction

4A.02 The Commerce test

4A.03 The Size-of-Person Test

4A.04 The Size-of-Transaction test

4A.05 Notification and Waiting Period

4A.06 Exemptions

4A.07 Enforcement

4B. Interlocks Among Directors and Officers

4B.01 Definition of Interlocks

4B.02 Clayton Act Section 8

4B.03 Determining Whether an Interlock Violates Section 8

4B.04 Remedies for Section 8 Violations: Injunctive Relief and Damage Awards

4B.05 Legality of Interlocks Under Other Antitrust Provisions

5. The Robinson-Patman Act: Discrimination in Price and Terms

5.01 Introduction

5.02 Discrimination in Price: Jurisdictional and Statutory Elements Under Section 2(a)

5.03 The Gravamen of a Section 2(a) Offense: Direct or Indirect Price Discrimination

5.04 Competitive Injury Requirement: Basic Concepts

5.05 Injury to Competition at the Seller Level: Primary Line Injury

5.06 Competitive Injury at the Customer Level

5.07 Injury to Competition at the Customer Level: Secondary, Third and Fourth Line Injury

5.08 Defenses to Section 2(a)

5.09 Brokerage: Clayton Act, Section 2(c)

5.10 Promotional Allowances and Services: Clayton Act, Sections 2(d) and 2(e)

5.11 Buyer Liability: Clayton Act, Section 2(f)

5.12 Criminal Liability for Price Discrimination

5.13 Exemption for Cooperative Associations: Robinson-Patman Act, Section 4

5.14 Exemption of Certain Nonprofit Institutions With Respect to Purchase of Their Supplies: Nonprofit Institutions Act

6. Immunities and Exemptions

6.01 Exemptions and Immunities in General

6.02 State Action Immunity: Parker v. Brown

6.03 Antitrust Immunity for Efforts to Influence Government Action: Noerr-Penningron Doctrine

6.04 Export Trade

6.05 Exemption for Insurance

6.06 Exemptions for Labor

6.07 Exemptions for Agricultural Cooperatives

6.08 The Fishermen's Collective Marketing Act

6.09 Exemptions for Professional Sports

6.10 Statutory Exemptions for Joint Ventures

6.11 The Soft Drink Interbrand Competition Act

7. Regulated Industries and Markets

7.01 The Doctrines of Exclusive and Primary Jurisdiction: Antitrust Exemptions for Regulated Industries

7.02 The Keogh, or Filed Rate, Doctrine Precludes Antitrust Damage Claims Based on Rates Filed With Any Regulatory Agency

7.03 Telecommunications

7.04 Exchanges, Financial Institutions, and Markets

7.05 Transportation

7.06 Natural Gas

7.07 Electricity

7.08 Nuclear Power

7.09 Health Care

7.10 The Learned Professions and Higher Education

7A. Antitrust and Intellectual Property

7A.01 The Nature of Intellectual Property

7A.02 Types of Intellectual Property

7A.03 Acquisition of Intellectual Property Rights: Antitrust Implications

7A.04 Nonuse of Intellectual Property Rights: Antitrust Implications

7A.05 Fraudulent Procurement of Intellectual Property Rights as an Antitrust Violation

7A.06 Bad Faith Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights as an Antitrust Violation

7A.07 Licensing of Intellectual Property

7A.08 Misuse of Intellectual Property

7A.09 Special Issues Relating to Patent Settlements

8. Antitrust Compliance Programs

8.01 Chapter Overview, Supplementary Literature, and Introduction

8.02 Why Establish a Compliance Program

8.03 The Written Compliance Manual

8.04 Oral Antitrust Education Programs

8.05 Documentation Procedures

8.06 Reporting Program and Compliance Officer

8.07 The Antitrust Audit

8.08 Antitrust Protection Program

9. Government Enforcement of the Antitrust Laws

9.01 Introduction

9.02 Overview of the Organization of the Federal Antitrust Enforcement Agencies

9.03 Overview of Criminal Antitrust Statutes

9.04 The Initiation of the Criminal Investigation

9.05 The Subpoena Duces Tecum

9.06 The Grand July Subpoena ad Testificandum

9.07 Request for an Interview by Government Lawyers or FBI Agents

9.08 Motions Available During the Investigations

9.09 Investigation of Persons and Matters Outside the United States

9.10 Monitoring the Investigation

9.11 Disposition of the Case by the Antitrust Division

9.12 When an Indictment Is Returned

9.13 Trial of the Criminal Antitrust Case

9.14 Civil Enforcement by the Antitrust Division

9.15 Consent Decrees

9.16 Investigations by the Federal Trade Commission

9.17 Federal Trade Commission Nonadjudicative Enforcement Proceedings (Consent Orders)

9.18 Federal Trade Commission Adjudicative Enforcement Proceedings

9.19 Federal Trade Commission Rulemaking

9.20 The Federal Trade Commission and the Federal Courts

9.21 Appellate Review of Government Enforcement

10. Private Antitrust Actions

10.01 Introduction

10.02 Standing to Sue Under the Antitrust Laws

10.03 Antitrust Statutes of Limitations

10.04 Personal Jurisdiction, Venue, and Service of Process

10.05 Pleadings

10.06 Multidistrict Litigation

10.07 Certifying Antitrust Class Actions

10.08 Summary Judgment

10.09 Discovery

10.10 Use of Final Government Judgments and Decrees

10.11 Special Considerations in Trying Antitrust Cases

10.12 Damages in Private and Parens Patriae Antitrust Actions

10.13 Declaratory Judgments

10.14 Rights to Equitable Relief

10.15 Attorneys' Fees and Costs of Suit

10.16 Appellate Review of Private Antitrust Cases