Antitrust and American Business Abroad James Atwood and Kingman Brewster 2d ed. New York: McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., 1981. Two-volume text. Pp. 359 and 355.
Reviewed by Joel Davidow
International antitrust is one of the gourmet specialties on the menu of United States law. The combination of competition law, international law, and patent law, spiced with complex diplomatic and trade issues as well as a dash of foreign flavor, is irresistible to the connoisseur. The proof: even though few law schools offer a separate course in international antitrust law and few lawyers deal with the subject regularly, articles, hornbooks, and even treatises are produced in this area with amazing frequency. It even appears that expensive texts are purchased in substantial numbers.
Joel Davidow (reviewer),
15 Vanderbilt Law Review
Available at: https://scholarship.law.vanderbilt.edu/vjtl/vol15/iss4/6