Randal Picker, Oct 30, 2006
Herbert Hovenkamp is best known to the antitrust bar for his role as the senior surviving author of the multi-volume Antitrust Law treatise originated by Philip Areeda and Donald Turner. The treatise is the standard reference in antitrust, and the common-law nature of antitrust in the United States makes the treatise particularly influential. Now Hovenkamp has written a new single-volume overview of U.S. antitrust law titled The Antitrust Enterprise: Principle and Execution. Professor Randal Picker has reviewed Hovenkamp’s book forCPI.
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