Antitrust Law syllabus fall 2009

Antitrust Law - ANTITRUST LAW Professor Hay Fall 2009 INTRODUCTION The text for this course is Pitofsky et al Trade Regulation Foundation Press(5th

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A NTITRUST L AW Professor Hay Fall 2009 I NTRODUCTION The text for this course is Pitofsky et. al. Trade Regulation , Foundation Press (5 th ed. 2003) and 2009 Supplement. An additional package of materials will be distributed during the second week of class and other items may be distributed occasionally during the term or posted on Blackboard. Where the additional material is important to class discussion, it is specifically referenced in the syllabus where it is designated as A handout. @ If you miss something that was handed out in class, look on the shelf in Room 115, where my assistant, Jack Glezen, is located. The syllabus which follows lists the cases we will cover in the order in which we will cover them but does not have assignments day by day. As a general rule, assignments for the week will be posted on the bulletin board. With a few exceptions, I have not specifically identified the notes following the cases as A required reading, @ but the notes will certainly assist you in understanding the cases and the class discussion, and I encourage you to read them along with the cases. P REPARATION , A TTENDANCE AND G RADING Regular attendance and preparation are expected . Irregular attendance or lack of preparation may result in a student = s being prevented from taking the final exam. Any student who has been unable to prepare should give me a note or send me an e-mail prior to the class. If you know that you will be absent, please notify me in advance by e-mail. Absent extraordinary circumstances, grades will comply with the law school cap on the mean grade for the course. Grades will be adjusted to reflect in-class performance. Closed-book
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2009 for the course LAW 6101 at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Antitrust Law - ANTITRUST LAW Professor Hay Fall 2009 INTRODUCTION The text for this course is Pitofsky et al Trade Regulation Foundation Press(5th

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