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Antitrust UCL and Privacy

Publications

The Section publishes:

  • The Antitrust Treatise, is written by a team of leading experts-members of the Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law Section. Cheryl Lee Johnson, Editor-in-Chief and Assistant Attorney General, Antitrust Division, and Thomas S. Hixson, Vice Chair of the Section, head up the skilled and experienced team of writers.
  • Competition Magazine (Periodic Law Journal)
  • Antitrust E-Brief, an e-mail publication sent periodically to members of the Section

Antitrust Treatise

California Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law, Revised Edition

Cheryl Lee Johnson, Editor-in-Chief

Gain authoritative understanding of California antitrust and unfair competition statutes, policies and issues with one-volume convenience. This treatise brings you up to speed on everything from horizontal combinations and vertical restraints to public enforcement of California antitrust laws and trial considerations.

You get full coverage of The Cartwright Act along with related California consumer and unfair competition laws, and how they apply to the health industry, regulated industries, the labor market, electronic media, the internet and other fields. Additionally, there are chapters covering damages, defenses to liability including exemptions and immunities, injunctive relief, class actions, attorney’s fees and costs, insurance issues, and much more. This publication includes contributions from over 120 highly experienced antitrust practitioners in both the private and government sectors, as well as the executive members of the Antitrust, UCL and Privacy Law Section.

$260, 1 volume, loose-leaf, updated annually, Pub. #01577, ISBN 9780769856896

To order, call 800-223-1940 or visit the LexisNexis Store.

Competition

Competition is the official publication of the Antitrust, UCL and Privacy Section of the California State Bar. The journal covers current issues and developments in the law of antitrust, unfair competition and trade regulation. A free annual subscription is a benefit of Section membership. Individual back issues and reprints of individual articles may be purchased contacting the Section.

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