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Litigation economics

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Published by JAI Press in Greenwich, Conn .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Forensic economics -- United States.,
    • Damages -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementedited by Patrick A. Gaughan, Robert J. Thornton.
      SeriesContemporary studies in economic and financial analysis ;, v. 74
      ContributionsGaughan, Patrick A., Thornton, Robert J. 1943-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF8968.23 .L58 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 291 p. :
      Number of Pages291
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1435553M
      ISBN 101559387564
      LC Control Number93047538

      Smith Economics Group, Ltd. A Division of Corporate Financial Group Economics / Finance / Litigation Support Stan V. Smith, Ph.D. President N. Clark Street Suite Chicago, IL Fax Tel S T A N V. S M I T H, P H. D. A Publication of the American Academy of Economic and Financial Experts (AAEFE) Resources. Use the Quick Search above to search on key words.

      David Kaplan is an executive director, vice chairman, and member of the Board of Managers at Berkeley Research Group. He specializes in antitrust economics (including matters related to claimed price fixing and monopolization by way of example), damage assessment in antitrust matters and in intellectual property matters (including those involving patents and trade secrets, among others), and. The Economics of Lawmaking is the first systematic law and economics treatment of this field and will shed new light on the process of lawmaking.", keywords = "customary law, institutional design, international law, judge-made law, jurisprudence constante, legislation, litigation, public choice theory, sources of law, stare decisis",Cited by:

      This book arose from a one-semester graduate course in law and economics that I taught at the University of Connecticut. My purpose in the course was to acquaint students with the "state of the art" of law and economics scholarship in a way that would prepare them to write either a masters or a Ph.D. thesis in the area. A Practical Approach to Effective Litigation. Eighth Edition. Edited by Susan Blake A Practical Approach. A comprehensive guide to the skills and know-how required to be an effective litigator throughout the litigation process; Full of practical advice on approaching a case, developing persuasive arguments, and representing a client.


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