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76 Antitrust L.J. [i] (2009-2010)

handle is hein.journals/antil76 and id is 1 raw text is: CONTENTS
SYMPOSIUM: REMEDIES FOR DOMINANT FIRM MISCONDUCT
INTRODUCTION  ...................................................  1
Kathryn M. Fenton
EDITOR'S NOTE: MONOPOLIZATION REMEDIES AND ANTITRUST
AFTER  THE  FALL  .................................................  5
Christopherj Sprigman
THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE OF MONOPOLIZATION REMEDIES ....     11
Spencer Weber Waller
SECTION 2 REMEDIES: WHAT TO Do AFTER CATCHING THE TIGER
BY  THE  TAIL  .....................................................  31
Thomas 0. Barnett
REMEDIES IN EUROPEAN ANTITRUST LAW ............................... 43
Per Helstrim, Frank Maier-Rigaud, and Friedrich Wenzel BuIst
REMEDIES FOR EXCLUSIONARY CONDUCT SHOULD PROTECT AND
PRESERVE THE COMPETITIVE PROCESS ................................... 65
Gregory j Werden
DISGORGEMENT AS AN ANTITRUST REMEDY ............................... 79
Einer Elhauge
DETREBLING ANTITRUST DAMAGES IN MONOPOLIZATION CASES ......... 97
Edward D. Cavanagh
THE CASE FOR ANTITRUST CIVIL PENALTIES ............................ 127
Harry First
THINKING OUTSIDE THE ILLINOIS BRICK Box: A PROPOSAL FOR
REFORM  .........................................................  167
Andrew I. Gavil
MONOPOLIZATION FOLLIES: THE DANGERS OF STRUCTURAL REMEDIES
UNDER SECTION 2 OF THE SHERMAN ACT .......................... 205
Richard A. Epstein
MEASURING COMPLIANCE WITH COMPULSORY LICENSING REMEDIES IN
THE AMERICAN MICROSOFT CASE .................................. 239
William H. Page and Seldon J. Childers

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