hTe H istor y of Antitrust Market Delineation Gregory J. Werden Follow this and additional works at: http://scholarship.law.marquette.edu/mulr Part of the Law Commons Repository Citation Gregory J ... approach to mergers is probably the best we can do given our current state of knowledge. See George A. Hay & Gregory J. Werden, HorizontalMergers:Law, Policyand Economics,83 AM. ECON. REV. (PAPERS & PROC
FORDHAM JOURNAL OF CORPORATE & FINANCIAL LAW Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law Gregory J. Werden - 2008 Article 5 Markets Copyright c 2008 by the authors. Fordham Journal of Corporate ... based so much on expertise in the banking industry as on expertise in the delineation of relevant markets in merger cases. See, e.g., Gregory J. Werden, Beyond Critical Loss: Tailored Application of the
GREGORY J. WERDEN* I. INTRODUCTION In 1963, the National Football League's ("NFL") teams formed National Football League Properties ("NFLP"), ajoint venture that has licensed their intellectual property
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On June 14, 1982, the U. S. Department of Justice released new Merger Guidelines which outline its approach to enforcing section 7 of the Clayton Act. Perhaps the most innovative and important aspect of the Guidelines is their approach to market delineation. Gregory Werden, who was intimately involved in the preparation of the Guidelines, explores the practical applications of...