Antitrust Evidence Handbook

 
9781634255073: Antitrust Evidence Handbook

Includes many new authorities and updates since the last edition was published 12 years ago, including an entirely new chapter dealing with electronically stored information. This handbook is intended to provide antitrust practitioners with a quick reference source on evidentiary issues that arise frequently in antitrust cases. It can be carried by counsel to court or to depositions and is organized in outline form so that information can be located quickly. The goal of this handbook is not only to provide a useful reference tool, but one that provides on-the-spot answers when evidentiary questions arise. Contents: Foreword; Preface; Hearsay issues most relevant in antitrust cases; Relevance; Privileges; The privilege against self-incrimination; Experts; Collateral estoppel and prima facie effect; Electronically stored information; Table of Cases.

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ISBN 10: 1634255070 ISBN 13: 9781634255073
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Book Description Amer Bar Assn, 2016. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: Very Good. Third Edition. 1634255070 2016 third edition, American Bar Association, Section of Antitrust Law (Chicago, Illinois), 6 x 9 inches tall paperbound, xiii, 354 pp. Slight rubbing and edgewear to covers, with a very slight crease to the center of the front cover. Otherwise, a very good copy - clean, bright and unmarked - of this useful reference guide to evidentiary issues that arise in antitrust matters. ~KK~ Includes many new authorities and updates since the last edition was published 12 years ago, including an entirely new chapter dealing with electronically stored information. This handbook is intended to provide antitrust practitioners with a quick reference source on evidentiary issues that arise frequently in antitrust cases. It can be carried by counsel to court or to depositions and is organized in outline form so that information can be located quickly. The goal of this handbook is not only to provide a useful reference tool, but one that provides on-the-spot answers when evidentiary questions arise. Contents: Foreword; Preface; Hearsay issues most relevant in antitrust cases; Relevance; Privileges; The privilege against self-incrimination; Experts; Collateral estoppel and prima facie effect; Electronically stored information; Table of Cases. Bookseller Inventory # KK-1261-6800

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