3 edition of The Sherman anti-trust law found in the catalog.
The Sherman anti-trust law
in [Allentown, Pa
Written in English
|Series||20th-century legal treatises -- no. 43,115.|
|LC Classifications||HD2778 .H85|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||30|
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Antitrust Law Anti-trust laws make it illegal to continue such business practices that encourage monopolistic behavior. The Sherman Antitrust Act outlawed "every contract, combination or conspiracy in restraint of trade or commerce" between states or foreign countries (, ). The Sherman Act pronounces such contracts, alliances, and planning illegal that limits flow of commerce. Gary Hull and the contributing authors show that these cases-as well as the Sherman Antitrust Act itself-are based on an erroneous interpretation of the history of American business, premised on bad .
Business History Sherman Anti-Trust Act and other anti-trust laws More considerably, the main function of theanti-trust law was to eliminate the illegal conduct among the dealers in the market as it intended to promote free and fair marketplace competition (Kolko ). The regulation by the anti-trust law was to curb the upcoming trends in, which several businesses in the US intended to. These are the sources and citations used to research The Sherman Antitrust Act. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Tuesday, Novem
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William Letwin's thorough, carefully argued, and elegantly written work is the only book-length study of the Sherman Antitrust Act, a law designed to shape the economic life of a large, complex society through maintaining the 'correct' level of competition in the by: “Sherman Antitrust Act” provides the history of the landmark legislation that ended monopolies’ control of entire industries so that free trade and fair competition could take place.
Key cases, such as the precedent-setting Standard Oil and (more recently) Microsoft are covered.2/5. Antitrust: An Economic Approach Book The law book examines antitrust from an economic perspective, covering antitrust laws of the European Union, the HSR premerger notification rules, takeovers.
Sherman was an expert on the regulation of commerce and was the chief author of the Sherman Antitrust Act. Intellectual Property and Antitrust Law provides analysis of the intersection of intellectual property rights and U.S.
antitrust law. This treatise begins with an overview of intellectual property law - including patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secrets - before analyzing the Sherman. Sherman antitrust laws prohibit price-fixing, group boycotting, the allocation of customers or markets, and tie-in agreements.
Price fixing is prohibited. This means that competing brokers, real estate governing bodies, or multiple listing organizations cannot The Sherman anti-trust law book to set sale conditions, fees, or management rates. The first of these major measures declared illegal all combinations that restrained trade between states or with foreign nations.
This law, known as the Sherman Antitrust Act (taking its name from its author, John Sherman) was passed by Congress early in July. It provides an overview of general antitrust principles and describes how they apply to different health-care industry segments. It also covers the Robinson-Patman and Non-Profit Institutions acts, along with an in-depth discussion of the Sherman Antitrust Act.
Volumes 1 and 2 analyze substantive laws, important cases, developments, and proposals. The Sherman Antitrust Act (the Act) is landmark U.S. legislation that outlawed trusts —groups of businesses that team up or form a monopoly in order to dictate pricing in a. Discover the best Antitrust Law in Best Sellers.
Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. The Sherman Anti-Trust Act passed the Senate by a vote of 51–1 on April 8,and the House by a unanimous vote of –0 on J President Benjamin Harrison signed the bill into law on July 2, A trust was an arrangement by which stockholders in several companies transferred their shares to a single set of trustees.
The Antitrust Paradox is a book by Robert Bork that criticized the state of United States antitrust law in the s. A second edition, updated to reflect substantial changes in the law, was published in It is claimed that the work is the most cited book on antitrust. Introduction to Sherman Antitrust Act, In the context of the legal history: A federal law that committed the American government to opposing monopolies, it prohibits contracts, combinations and conspiracies in restraint of trade.
Sherman Antitrust Act in the U.S. Legal HistoryCited by: 3. The Sherman Antitrust Act (Sherman Act, 26 Stat.15 U.S.C. §§ 1–7) is a landmark federal statute in the history of United States antitrust law (or "competition law") passed by Congress in It prohibits certain business activities that federal government regulators deem to be anti-competitive, and requires the federal government to investigate and pursue trusts.
Such a law has been called the Magna Carta of the statutes of the United States. Thus, antitrust law was born. This book reveals the debate in Congress and the early judicial treatment of the law. It will prove fascinating reading for all antitrust attorneys as well as for students of legal or economic history.
CONGRESS AND THE SHERMAN ANTITRUST LAW: THE W=Aaxt L. LETwINt DECEPTIVE simplicity of the Sherman Act' has led many his- torians to believe that the intention of Congress was equally simple.
Although they have not agreed on what the intention was, these. The Antitrust laws fundamentally find their origin in the United States, during the late 19 th century. Subsequently, the main laws governing antitrust policy in the United States are both, very old as well as broadly worded.
The Clayton Antitrust Act, for example, is more than years old and its predecessor the Sherman Act is even older. "This book is the single best one-volume discussion of modern antitrust law available. It is encyclopedic in coverage, but deeper than a treatise because it is informed at every step with the best and most systematic of current economic and legal analysis.
If you want to learn (or to learn more) about modern antitrust law, read this book."Price: $ The modern era of competition law in New Zealand began with the Commerce Act Since then, a steady and impressive corpus of case law had traversed all the usual major areas of antitrust law: cartels, resale price maintenance, exclusive dealing, tying, group boycotts, monopolization, mergers and acquisitions, exempted sectors, and the role of economic evidence.
Congress enacted the Sherman Antitrust Act as an attempt to rein in big enterprises. The Sherman Act prohibits contracts or agreements in restraint of trade or commerce.
It made it illegal to attempt to monopolize any aspect of interstate trade. Violation was a felony under the law. SHERMAN ANTITRUST ACT I claim that the Sherman Antitrust Act is a critical and necessary statute that gradually caused significant changes in business practices in order to ensure a competitive free market system essential for long term growth of the economy, although it faced criticisms for sacrificing economic efficiency.The call was answered in with the passage of the Sherman Antitrust Act, a piece of legislation designed to bring down these controlling interests in the U.S.
economy. The Robber Barons and the Sherman Antitrust Act: Reshaping American Business explores the foundations and repercussions of the law that reshaped American business.The Sherman Act and the Clayton Antitrust Act in the United States The Sherman Act and the Clayton Antitrust Act Explained References See Also Business Law Antitrust Laws.