Old wine in new bottles: some observations about current monopolization litigation

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College S. J. Quinney College of Law
Department Law (College of)
Creator Flynn, John J.
Title Old wine in new bottles: some observations about current monopolization litigation
Date 1983
Description Lawyers seldom have the luxury of speaking in generalities. The particulars of the cases and the client's problems we deal with usually limit our immediate concerns and thinking to the facts at hand. Facts, unlike the generalities law professors are allowed to dispense in the classroom or the unreal assumptions economists are sometimes allowed to ignore in constructing or applying abstract models, simply refuse to be put down. Because I count myself a lawyer first, at least when in the company of other lawyers, I welcome the opportunity to escape the limitations of particular facts and to speak at this Institute in generalities, namely some generalities about the current wave of monopolization litigation. Our hosts have indeed been generous not only by asking me to talk about the general features unique to current monopolization litigation, but by also asking me to be controversial because most of us are probably drowsy after consuming too much at lunch.
Type Text
Publisher University of Toledo Law Review
Volume 13
First Page 499
Last Page 537
Subject Lawyers; Assumptions; Analysis
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Flynn, J. J. (1983). Old wine in new bottles: some observations about current monopolization litigation. University of Toledo Law Review, 13, 499-537.
Rights Management (c)University of Toledo Law Review
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