NAAG Powers and Duties (Ross and Meyers) Antitrust Chapter, Calkins Law Review (Edited) | gnh2104 | August 21, 2011

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NAAG Powers and Duties (Ross and Meyers) Antitrust Chapter, Calkins Law Review (Edited)

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Since 1978, federal antitrust law explicitly authorizes state attorneys general to appear either singly or in conjunction with other states in federal court on a broad array of antitrust issues. When coupled with state law, most attorneys general have the jurisdiction to block mergers or seek direct or indirect damages on behalf of governmental agencies and citizens. EDIT PLAYLIST INFORMATION DELETE PLAYLIST

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