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Antitrust and Trade Regulation

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Can U.S. Antitrust Law Open International Markets?, Spencer Weber Waller Jan 2000

Can U.S. Antitrust Law Open International Markets?, Spencer Weber Waller

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Bringing Globalism Home: Lessons From Antitrust And Beyond, Spencer Weber Waller Jan 2000

Bringing Globalism Home: Lessons From Antitrust And Beyond, Spencer Weber Waller

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The Twilight Of Comity, Spencer Weber Waller Jan 2000

The Twilight Of Comity, Spencer Weber Waller

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This article analyzes one of the most contentious issues over the past fifty years in international economic law-the extent to which a nation may apply its law on an extra territorial basis and the limits, if any, posed by the doctrine of international comity. This article, based on Professor Waller's paper presented at the 1999 Wolfgang Friedmann conference, examines the reasons why the doctrine of international comity once represented the primary battleground for conflict over the extent of permissible extraterritoriality in United States antitrust law but no longer represents the forefront of current thought on this important issue. The ...