This Antitrust Basics online training course explores antitrust legislation in the US, and its impact on your company’s relationships with competitors and customers; mergers and acquisitions; monopolistic behavior; discriminatory pricing and promotions; exemptions from antitrust laws; and special industries.
Course Learning Objectives
By taking this Antitrust Basics course, the user will learn to:
- Identify the three federal laws that define and prohibit the main forms of anti-competitive conduct
- Recognize potential antitrust issues in the real world
- Describe antitrust issues relating to relationships with competitors and customers
- Understand the importance of government review in merger and acquisition transactions
- Define monopolistic behavior and outline its associated red flags
- Describe some exemptions from antitrust laws
- Identify industries for which special antitrust laws have been developed
This online Antitrust Basics course is made up of the following sections:
- Antitrust Laws and “Red Flags”
- Relationships with Competitors
- Relationships with Customers
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Monopolistic Behavior
- Exemptions from the Antitrust Laws
- Special Industries
- Other Contexts
This Antitrust Basics online training course was designed for law enforcement professionals at the local, state, and federal levels.
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31 - 60 Minutes
Audio, Accessible, Mobile, NASBA CPE - QAS Self Study
|NASBA CPE Credits