New York Antitrust And Consumer Protection Law, Third Edition
- Barbara Hart, Esq.; Robert Hubbard, Esq.; Stephen S. Madsen, Esq.
Contents at a Glance
New York Antitrust Law—The Donnelly Act / Unfair and Deceptive Business Practices / Government Enforcement under Executive Law § 63(12) / Private Enforcement / Settlements of Government Antitrust Cases / Multistate Enforcement of Antitrust and Consumer Protection Laws—An Overview
The third in the series, New York Antitrust and Consumer Protection Law is written and edited by attorneys with decades of experience in antitrust and consumer protection law. This title includes a discussion on the rise of the importance of the Donnelly Act, New York State's Antitrust law, its relation to the Federal Sherman Act, and an overview of multistate litigation issues.
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- June 1, 2011
- 260 pages