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USC Gould School of Law

Antitrust Law I     LAW-753

This course covers all fundamental areas of antitrust, including collusive behavior; exclusionary conduct and vertical restraints; mergers; antitrust immunities; and the interface of antitrust and intellectual property law. This broad coverage includes recent landmark cases involving Microsoft, Apple, and American Express, among others. No prior background in economics is required, but students should be prepared to learn and apply basic economic principles.

Units 3, 4
Grading Options Numeric or CR/D/F
Exam Type In-class Exam
Writing Requirement No
Skills/Experiential Requirement No

Grading Options: vary with the professor

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