7 Antitrust Bull. [i] (1962)

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ANTITRUST
BULLETIN

PART I
ILLINOIS STATE BAR SYMPOSIUM
Morning Session
*  ROBERT W. BERGSTROM
-The Private Litigant's Standing to Sue
* SEYMOUR F. SIMON
-The Private Litigant and Prior Government Judgments or Decrees
  THOMAS C. McCONNELL
-Proof of Damages in an Antitrust Case
Afternoon Session
*  RICHARD       K. DECKER
-Separation and Separate Presentation of Issues
   EDWARD R. JOHNSTON
-Damages Under Section 4 of the Clayton Act from the Perspective
of Defense Counsel
*  ARTHUR R. CURTIS
-Pursuit of Happiness Under the Antitrust Laws: Corporate Planning
to Preserve Liberty and Property
Evening Dinner Address
*  FTC    COMMISSIONER EVERETTE MacINTYRE
-The Role of the Private Litigant in Antitrust Enforcement
PART Ii
  SIGMUND TIMBERG
-European and American Antitrust Laws-A Comparison
  NEWS AND VIEWS
FTC Chairman Paul Rand Dixon
  BOOK REVIEW
E. Compton Timberlake
  BIBLIOGRAPHIA
Vol. ' I, No. I
FEDERAL LEGAL PUBLICATIONS, INC.                             Vl       1   .   I
Jan.-F -)., 1962

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