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Legal Research Guide: Antitrust Law

Resources to assist researchers exploring federal and state antitrust law - Produced in collaboration with Genevieve Tung, Biddle Law Library, Penn Law.


This guide is intended as a starting place for researchers interested in federal and state antitrust law.

"Antitrust" refers to legal regulation for the protection of trade and commerce from monopolies, restraint, price-fixing, and price-discrimination. Antitrust laws exist at the state, federal, and international level.

Treatises and Practice Guides

For additional titles on federal antitrust law, search the subject heading Antitrust law -- United States in PittCat, the University Library System's online catalog. (The filters may be used to narrow the results by resource type, additional subjects, date, library, and more.

Study Guides and Hornbooks

Journals and Periodicals

Current Awareness & Analysis