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Merger Antitrust Law (2020)

Dale Collins
Georgetown University Law Center

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This page contains the memorandum introducing the course, class schedule, reading materials, and class notes for the Merger Antitrust Law course taught during the 2020 fall semester at Georgetown. It also contains links to related supplemental materials on the Applied Antitrust web site. There is no textbook for this course. Everything you need will be linked to this page.

Memorandum introducing the course

Class schedule 1.2 (revised October 26, 2010)

 
 
Required Reading
Comments and Optional Reading

Unit 1

Introduction to Merger Antitrust Law: Substance and Process

 Unit 1 class slides (revised Sept. 2 to include an additional slide at 42 on other potential Section 7 plaintiffs)

Class 1

Tuesday, September 1

Introduction
TransDigm/Takata

Memorandum introducing the course

Class schedule

Using Zoom for class

Class 1 reading guidance

Unit 1 reading materials

Merger Antitrust Law: Introduction to Substance and Process (class notes)

Class 1 homework assignment (optional in the first week)

Instructor's answer

Antitrust Law: Hornbooks and Other Antitrust Study Aids

Demand curves and consumer surplus (YouTube videos):

Marginal Revolution University, The Demand Curve

Marginal Revolution University, A Deeper Look at the Demand Curve

Marginal Revolution University, What Is Deadweight Loss?

 

 

Unit 2

Predicting Merger Antitrust Enforcement Challenges

Unit 2 class slides

Class 2

Thursday, September 3

Predicting merger antitrust enforcement challenges
DOJ/FTC 2010 Horizontal Merger Guidelines

Class 2 reading guidance

Unit 2 reading materials

U.S. Dep't of Justice & Fed. Trade Comm'n, Horizontal Merger Guidelines (rev. Aug. 19, 2010)

Predicting Merger Antitrust Enforcement Challenges
(class notes)

Class 2 homework assignment (optional in the first week)

Evolution of the Merger Guidelines

 

Unit 3

The DOJ/FTC Merger Review Process

Unit 3 class slides

For additional supplemental materials, see 13. DOJ/FTC Merger Review and Settlement Procedures in AppliedAntitrust.com

Class 3

Tuesday, September 8

 

Class 3 reading guidance

Unit 3 reading materials

The DOJ/FTC Merger Review Process (class notes)

Class 3 homework assignment

Instructor's answer

 

Premerger notification

Hart-Scott-Rodino Act, Clayton Act § 7A, 18 U.S.C. § 18a (Premerger notification and waiting period)

HSR form instructions (June 7, 2019)

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Second request investigations

DOJ Model Second Request (Nov. 28, 2016)

FTC Model Second Request (Apr. 2019)

Other supplemental materials

± FTC Merger Review web page

± DOJ Merger Enforcement web page

± DOJ and FTC, Annual Report to Congress for Fiscal Year 2019

Makan Delrahim, It Takes Two:Modernizing the Merger Review Process, Prepared Remarks Before the 2018 Global Antitrust Enforcement Symposium, Washington, DC (Sept. 25, 2018)

Case study for homework assignment

Albertsons/Safeway case study (complete)

Unit 4

Merger Antitrust Litigation and Settlements

There is no separate deck of class slides for Unit 4. The few slides we used in class were all pulled from the Unit 4A class notes.

For additional supplemental materials, see 14. Merger Antitrust Litigation and 13. DOJ/FTC Merger Review and Settlement Procedures in AppliedAntitrust.com

Class 4

Thursday, September 10

Litigation

Settlements

 

Class 4 reading guidance (revised Sept. 4, 2020)

Unit 4 reading materials

Unit 4A. Merger Antitrust Litigation (class notes)
Unit 4B. Merger Antitrust Settlements (class notes)

There is no homework assignment for this class

 

The Course of Litigation: EnergySolutions’ Acquisition of Waste Control Specialists (Nov. 16, 2016)

Albertsons/Safeway case study (complete)
TransDigm/Takata case study (complete)

Agency materials: FTC

Fed. Trade Comm’n, Bureau of Competition, Negotiating Merger Remedies (Jan. 2012)

Fed. Trade Comm'n, The FTC’s Merger Remedies 2006-2012: A Report of the Bureaus of Competition and Economics (Jan. 2017) (FTC news release)

Dan Ducore & Naomi Licker, Bureau of Competition, Fed. Trade Comm'n, Looking Back (Again) at FTC Merger Remedies (Feb. 3, 2017)

Fed. Trade Comm'n, Bureau of Competition, Frequently Asked Questions About Merger Consent Order Provisions (downloaded August 8, 2019)

Deborah L. Feinstein, Dir., Bureau of Competition, Fed. Trade Comm'n, The Significance of Consent Orders in the Federal Trade Commission’s Competition Enforcement Efforts (Sept. 17, 2013)

Agency materials: DOJ

Makan Delrahim,Ass't Att'y Gen., U.S. Dep't of Justice, Antitrust Div., Improving the Antitrust Consensus, Prepared Remarks Before the New York State Bar Association Antitrust Section, New York, NY (Jan. 25, 2018)

U.S. Dep't of Justice, Antitrust Div., Antitrust Division Manual Ch. 4 D: Negotiating and Entering Consent Decrees (5th ed. updated Mar. 2014)

U.S. Dep't of Justice, Antitrust Div., Antitrust Division Policy Guide to Merger Remedies (rev. June 2011) (news release)

Other materials

Jonathan M. Jacobson, Issues in Antitrust Consent Decrees, Presented to the Department of Justice Antitrust Division (Apr. 26, 2018)

Unit 5

Hertz/Avis Budget/Dollar Thrifty

Unit 5 class slides (complete)

For additional supplemental materials, see 13. DOJ/FTC Merger Review and Settlement Procedures in AppliedAntitrust.com

Class 5

Tuesday, September 15

The 2010 Hertz/Dollar Thrifty deal

 

Class 5 reading guidance

Unit 5 reading materials

There are no class notes for this class

Class 5 homework assignment

Instructor's answer

YouTube videos

Present value

Present value of an annuity

Present value of a perpetuity (perpetual annuity)

Weighted average cost of capital (WACC)

Auction Theory: Winner's Curse

Class 6

Thursday, September 17

Antitrust considerations and the merger agreement

The bidding war with Avis
FTC review and settlement
Aftermath

Class 6 reading guidance

Unit 5 reading materials

Allocating Antitrust Risk in Merger Agreements
(class notes)

Class 6 homework assignment

Instructor's answer

Risk-Shifting in Hertz/Dollar Thrifty (2010)

For a collection of antitrust-related provisions appearing in merger agreements, see Dale Collins, Sample Antitrust-Related Provisions in M&A Agreements, AntitrustUnpacked.com (July 2, 2018)

For a collection on SEC materials and press releases on the bidding war for Dollar Thrifty between Hertz and Avis Budget, click here.

Unit 6

A Case Study Problem: Atlanta Newspaper Merger

Unit 6 class slides

Class 7

Tuesday, September 22

 

Class 7 reading guidance

Class 7 homework assignment

 

Unit 7

Competition Economics

Unit 7 class slides (Part 1) (rev. Sept. 25, 2020) (corrected the error on Slide 20)
Unit 7 class slides (Part 2) (rev. Sept. 29, 2020) (correcting errors spotted in class)

Class 8

Thursday, September 24

Part 1. Demand, Costs, and
Profit-Maximization

 

Class 8 reading guidance

Competition Economics Part 1 (class notes)

There are no reading materials for this class

Class 8 homework assignment

Instructor's answer

YouTube videos

Costs, Revenue and Profits

Revenue, Costs and Profit Part 1

Revenue, Costs and Profit Part 2

Revenue, Costs and Profit Part 3

Marginal Revolution University, The Demand Curve

Marginal Revolution University, A Deeper Look at the Demand Curve

Marginal Revolution University, The Demand Curve Shifts

From Demand to Inverse Demand

Marginal Revenue for a Monopolist Facing Linear Demand

Finding a Revenue Function from a Linear Demand Function

Marginal Revolution University, The Supply Curve

Marginal Revolution University, A Deeper Look at the Supply Curve

Marginal Revolution University, The Supply Curve Shifts

Marginal Revolution University, The Equilibrium Price and Quantity

Marginal Revolution University, Exploring Equilibrium

Marginal Revolution University. Maximizing Profit Under Competition

Dennis W. Carlton & Jeffrey M. Perloff, Modern Industrial Organization (4th ed. 2005).

A Marginal Revenue Problem Step-by-Step (by Step)

A Profit-Maximization Problem Step-by-Step (by Step)

See also Dave Berry, Up in the Air on the Question of Gravity, Baltimore Sun, Mar. 16, 1997, at 3J

 

Completely optional: If you want to understand derivatives and would like a quick introduction, see the following two YouTube videos:

Derivatives... What? (on the theory of derivatives)

Derivatives... How? (on calculating the derivative--first 6.5 minutes is sufficient)

Class 9

Tuesday, September 29

Part 2. Markets and Market Equilibrium

 

Class 9 reading guidance

Basic Competition Economics Part 2 (class notes)
(rev. Sept. 29, 2020) (correcting errors spotted in class)

There are no reading materials for this class

Class 9 homework assignment

Instructor's answer

 

YouTube videos

How Substitutes and Complements Affect Demand

Marginal Revolution University, Elasticity of Demand

Marginal Revolution University, Calculating Elasticity of Demand

Marginal Revolution University, Elasticity and its Applications

Cross elasticity of demand

Diversion ratios

Marginal Revolution University, Calculating the Elasticity of Demand

Intuition for Monopoly and Elasticity

Marginal Revolution University, The Equilibrium Price and Quantity

Marginal Revolution University, Exploring Equilibrium

Marginal Revolution University, Introduction to the Competitive Firm

Marginal Revolution University, Maximizing Profit Under Competition

Monopoly Basics

The Monopoly Markup

Cournot Competition

Cournot oligopoly

How to Solve Cournot Problem: Algebra-Based Solution

Bertrand Competition

Bertrand Oligopoly (solving a Bertrand oligopoly problem)

Cournot versus Bertrand Basics

 

Wednesday, September 30

Optional economics review session

 

Unit 8

Sanford Health/Mid Dakota Clinic

Unit 8 class slides (complete) (Oct. 6, 2020)

For a more on Sanford Health,Mid Dakota Clinic, including the briefs on the merits filed in the case and an audio recording of the oral argument in the Eight Circuit, click here.

Class 10

Thursday, October 1

Analysis of the Eight Circuit's opinion

Institutional setting

The prima facie case

Relevant product markets

Relevant geographic markets

The PNB presumption

 

Class 10 reading guidance

Unit 8 reading materials

Introduction to Formal Horizontal Merger Analysis
(class notes)

Class 10 homework assignment

Memorandum of Decision, Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Order, FTC v. Sanford Health, No. 1:17-cv-00133-ARS (D.N.D. Dec. 15, 2017) (district court's memorandum supporting the entry of the preliminary injunction)

U.S. Dep't of Justice & Fed. Trade Comm'n, Horizontal Merger Guidelines (rev. Aug. 19, 2010)

Evolution of the Merger Guidelines

YouTube videos

David Evans, Hypothetical Monopoly Test (SSNIP)

Superseded Merger Guidelines

U.S. Dep't of Justice & Fed. Trade Comm'n, Horizontal Merger Guidelines (Apr. 8, 1997)

U.S. Dep't of Justice, Merger Guidelines (June 14, 1984) (published at 49 Fed. Reg. 26,823)

U.S. Dep't of Justice, Merger Guidelines (June 14, 1982) (published at 47 Fed. Reg. 28,493)

Fed. Trade Comm'n, Statement Concerning Horizontal Merger Guidelines (June 14, 1982)

U.S. Dep't of Justice, Merger Guidelines (May 30, 1968)

Note: The 1968, 1982, 1984 (except for Section 4), 1992, and 1997 Merger Guidelines have been superseded by the 2010 Merger Guidelines. Section 4 of the 1984 Merger Guidelines, which addresses nonhorizontal mergers, was superseded by the 2020 Vertical Merger Guidelines (June 30, 2020).

The Seminal Cases of the 1960s

  The common law approach to antitrust law 1
  United States v. E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. (1957) 4
  Brown Shoe Co. v. United States (1962 12
  United States v. Philadelphia National Bank (1963) 28
  United States v. Aluminum Co. of America (Rome Cable) (1964) 33
  United States v. Von’s Grocery Co. (1966) 36
  United States v. Pabst Brewing Co. (1966) 40
  United States v. General Dynamics Corp. (1974) 44

Class 11

Tuesday, October 6

Analysis of the Eight Circuit's opinion

Defenses

Power buyers defense

Entry defense

Efficiencies defense

Failing firm

Class 11 reading guidance

Unit 8 reading materials (rev. Oct. 2, 2020) (added and reorganized materials on defenses)

Introduction to Formal Horizontal Merger Analysis

Class 11 homework assignment

Instructor's answer

 

Unit 9

H&R Block/TaxACT

 

Unit 9 class slides: Part 1. Market Definition (Classes 12-14)
Unit 9 class slides: Part 2. Anticompetitive Effect (Class 14-15)

Class 12

Thursday, October 8

Thursday, October 8

H&R Block/TaxACT

Institutional setting

Market definition: (Brown Shoe factors

 

Class 12 reading guidance

Unit 9 reading materials

Market Definition (class notes) (revised October 19, 2020)

Class 12 homework assignment

Instructor's answer

Generally

AppliedAntitrust.com, Market Definition

1 ABA Section of Antitrust Law, Antitrust Law Developments ch. 6 (8th ed. 2017) (market definition). This is the best complication of the current law on market definition. It is the first source to which you should turn if you have questions about how the courts apply the law.

± Serge Moresi, Steven C. Salop & John Woodbury, Market Definition in Merger Analysis (Feb. 9, 2017)

± Malcolm Coate & Jeffrey Fischer, Why Markets Matter for Evidence-Based Merger Analysis (Jan. 2010)

± Jonathan B. Baker, Market Definition: An Analytical Overview, 74 Antitrust L.J. 129 (2007).

± Jonathan B. Baker & Timothy F. Bresnahan, Economic Evidence in Antitrust: Defining Markets and Measuring Market Power (Stanford Law and Economics Olin Working Paper No. 328 Sept. 2006), final version published in Handbook of Antitrust Economics 1 (Paolo Buccirossi ed., 2008).

± Gregory J. Werden, The History of Antitrust Market Delineation, 76 Marquette L. Rev. 123 (1992).

YouTube

The Global Antitrust Institute, Market Definition (general introduction)

H&R Block/TaxACT commentary

Marc Remer & Frederick R. Warren-Boulton, United States v. H&R Block: Market Definition in Court since the 2010 Merger Guidelines, 59 Antitrust Bull. 599 (2014).

± Malcolm B. Coate, Market Definition in Differentiated Goods When the Final Consumer Buys the Good: Insights from the H&R Block Case (Feb. 12, 2014).

± Joseph J. Simons & Malcolm B. Coate, Should DOJ’s Controversial Approach to Market Definition Control Merger Litigation, the Case of US v. H&R Block (Oct. 24, 2013).

± James A. Keyte, United States v. H&R Block: The DOJ Invokes Brown Shoe to Shed the Oracle Albatross, Antitrust, Spring 2012, at 32.

± Deborah Feinstein, The Significance of H&R Block: Brown Shoe Meets Merger Simulation, Antitrust, Spring 2012, at 5.

Class 13

Tuesday, October 13

Market definition

Class 13 reading guidance

Unit 9 reading materials

Market Definition (class notes) (revised October 19, 2020)

Class 13 homework assignment

Instructor's answer

ADDED: FTC v. Tronox Ltd. excerpt on critical loss (Oct. 10, 2020)

Critical loss analysis

± Joseph Farrell & Carl Shapiro, Improving Critical Loss Analysis, Antitrust Source, Feb. 2008.

± Michael Katz & Carl Shapiro, Further Thoughts on Critical Loss, Antitrust Source, Mar. 2004

± Michael Katz & Carl Shapiro, Critical Loss: Let’s Tell the Whole Story, Antitrust, Spring 2003

Daniel P. O’Brien & Abraham L. Wickelgren, A Critical Analysis of Critical Loss Analysis, 71 Antitrust L.J. 161 (2003)

± Carl.Shapiro, Mergers with Differentiated Products, Antitrust, Spring 1996, at 23.

± Oxera, "Could: or :Would"? The Difference between Two Hypothetical Monopolists (Nov. 2008)

± Serge Moresi & Hans Zenger, Recapture Ratios In Merger Analysis (Oct. 29, 2017).

Øystein Daljord & Lars Sørgard, Single-Product Versus Uniform SSNIPs, 31 Int'l Rev. L. & Econ. 142 (2011) (± working paper version)

See generally AppliedAntitrust.com, Market Definition

Class 14

Thursday, October 15

PNB presumption

Ease of entry defense

Coordinated effects

Elimination of a "maverick"

Class 14 reading guidance

Unit 9 reading materials

Anticompetitive Effects in Horizontal Mergers (class notes) (rev. Oct. 17, 2020)

ADDED: FTC v. Tronox Ltd. excerpt on coordinated interaction (Oct. 11, 2020)

Downward-Pricing Pressure Defenses (class notes) (entry defense only; remainder of deck to be posted later)

Class 14 homework assignment

 

1 ABA Section of Antitrust Law, Antitrust Law Developments 361-69 ch. 6 (8th ed. 2017) (identifying market participants; determining market share and concentration).

Coordinated effects

1 ABA Section of Antitrust Law, Antitrust Law Developments 369-72 (8th ed. 2017) (coordinated effects).

Janusz A. Ordover, Coordinated Effects, in 2 Issues In Competition Law and Policy 1359 (ABA Section of Antitrust Law 2008).

± Jonathan B. Baker, Mavericks, Mergers and Exclusion: Proving Coordinated Competitive Effects Under the Antitrust Laws, 77 N.Y.U.L. Rev. 135 (2002).

William J. Kolasky, Coordinated Effects in Merger Review: From Dead Frenchmen to Beautiful Minds and Mavericks, Prepared Remarks Before the ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting Washington, DC (Apr. 24, 2002).

Oxera, The Ties that Bind: When Is Retaliation Effective and Credible for Tacit Collusion? (May 2008)

See generally AppliedAntitrust.com, Coordinated Effects

Class 15

Tuesday, October 20

Unilateral effects

Efficiencies defense

 

Class 15 reading guidance

Unit 9 reading materials

Anticompetitive Effects in Horizontal Mergers (class notes) (rev. Oct. 17, 2020)

Downward-Pricing Pressure Defenses (class notes) (revised Oct. 17, 2020) (updated efficiencies section)

Class 15 homework assignment

See class slides for instructor's answers

Unilateral effects

1 ABA Section of Antitrust Law, Antitrust Law Developments 372-74 (8th ed. 2017) (unilateral effects).

YouTube videos:

The Global Antitrust Institute, Introduction to Unilateral Effects

Howard Chang, Diversion Ratios

Richard Schmalensee, Upward Pricing Pressure Test

± Herbert Hovenkamp, Analyzing Horizontal Mergers: Unilateral Effects in Product-Differentiated Markets (2009)

Gregory J. Werden, Unilateral Competitive Effects of Horizontal Mergers I: Basic Concepts and Models, in 2 Issues In Competition Law and Policy 1319 (ABA Section of Antitrust Law 2008).

Gregory J. Werden & Luke M. Froeb, Unilateral Competitive Effects of Horizontal Mergers II: Auctions and Bargaining, in 2 Issues In Competition Law and Policy 1343 (ABA Section of Antitrust Law 2008).

± Carl Shapiro, Unilateral Effects Calculations (rev. Oct. 2010)

± Oxera, Unilateral Effects Analysis and Market Definition: Substitutes in Merger Cases? (June 2011)

± Serge Moresi & Hans Zenger, Aggregate Diversion and Market Elasticity (June 17, 2017)

± LEAR, Merger Screen and the Use of Price Pressure Tests (Feb. 2013)

± Steven C. Salop & Serge Moresi, Updating the Merger Guidelines: Comments (Nov. 9, 2009)

± László Bokor, Strictness and Accuracy of Simple Price Tests of Merger Control (Oct. 2019)

± Charles Taragin & Margaret Loudermilk, Using Measures of Competitive Harm for Optimal Screening of Horizontal Mergers (Oct. 2, 2019)

± Nathan Miller & Gloria Sheu, Quantitative Methods for Evaluating the Unilateral Effects of Mergers (July 20, 2020)

± Jéssica Dutra & Tarun Sabarwal, Antitrust Analysis with Upward Pricing Pressure and Cost Efficiencies, 15 PloS one 1 (2020)

For a more detailed treatment of the use of diversion ratios in unilateral effects analysis than found in U.S. cases, see ± UK Office of Fair Trading, Anticipated Acquisition of the Online DVD Rental Subscription Business of Amazon Inc. by LOVEFiLM International Limited, No. ME/3534/08 (2008)

See also ± Marc Ivaldi, Bruno Jullien, Patrick Rey, Paul Seabright & Jean Tirole, The Economics of Unilateral Effects (Interim Report for DG Competition, European Commission (Nov. 2003))

Unit 10

Sysco/U.S. Foods

 

Unit 10 class slides

Class 16

Tuesday, October 22

Analysis of the district court opinion

Targeted customers

Second price auction theory of unilateral effects

Power buyer defense

 

Class 16 reading guidance

Unit 10 reading materials

Downward-Pricing Pressure Defenses (class notes) (revised Oct. 21, 2020) (see especially the new Power Buyer slides)

Class 16 homework assignment

± Gregory J. Werden, The Hypothetical Monopolist Test in Sysco: A Litigation Muddle Needing Analytic Clarity, 12 J. Competition L. & Econ. 341 (2016)

Unit 11

Case Study Problem: Ice Cream Merger

 

Class 17

Tuesday, October 28

Analysis of Class 17 homework assignment

 

Class 17 homework assignment

NB: There are no reading guidance, reading materials, or class notes for this unit. Spend all of your time on the homework assignment.

Instructor's answer

 

Unit 12

Staples/Office Depot

 

Class 18

Thursday, October 29

Analysis of the district court opinion

Class 18 reading guidance

Unit 12 reading materials

Review Market Definition, Anticompetitive Effects, and Downward-Pricing Pressure Defenses class notes as needed

NB: The Antitcompetitive Effects deck has been updated to include a new slide 35 on bidding markets

Class 18 homework assignment

 

Unit 13

Short Horizontal Cases

 

 

Class 19

Tuesday, November 3

Analysis of short case studies

ABI/Grupo Modelo

Energy Solutions/Waste Control Specialists

Heinz/Beech-Nut

There is no reading guidance for this unit

Unit 13A reading materials

Class 19 homework assignment

Additional case materials

ABI/Grupo Modelo

Energy Solutions/Waste Control Specialists

Heinz/Beech-Nut

 

Wednesday, November 4

Anticompetitive effects

Downward-pricing pressure defenses

OPTIONAL REVIEW SESSION

Graded homework assignment posted

Due Monday, November 16

 

Class 20

Thursday, November 5

Analysis of short case studies

SGI/Alias/Wavefront

Sirius/XM

Boston Scientific/CVIS

Dollar General/Dollar Tree/Family Dollar

There is no reading guidance for this unit

Unit 13B reading materials (required reading only)

THERE IS NO HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT FOR THIS CLASS

Work on the graded homework assignment

Additional case materials

SGI/Alias/Wavefront

Sirius/XM

Boston Scientific/CVIS

Dollar General/Dollar Tree/Family Dollar

Unit 14

Potential Competition Mergers

 

Class 21

Tuesday, November 10

Mylan/Perrigo

Medtronic/Covidien

Mallinckrodt (Questcor)/Novartis

Steris/Synergy Health

Nielsen/Arbitron

Akron/VersaPharm

Class 21 reading guidance

Unit 14 reading materials

Potential competition mergers (class notes)

THERE IS NO HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT FOR THIS CLASS

Work on the graded homework assignment

Additional case materials

Mylan/Perrigo

Steris/Synergy Health

Unit 15

Vertical Mergers

   

Class 22

Thursday, November 12

Comcast/NBCUniversal

AT&T/Time Warner

   

 

Monday, November 16

GRADED HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT DUE BY 11:59 pm

 

Class 23

Tuesday, November 17

Review of Graded Homework Assignment

 

Class 24

Thursday, November 19

AT&T/Time Warner (con't)

   

Class 25

Tuesday, November 24

AT&T/Time Warner (con't)

General Electric/Avio

Coca-Cola/Coca-Cola Enterprises

   

Unit 16

Sabre/Farelogix

   

Class 26

Tuesday, December 1

Analysis of the district court opinion

   

 

Final Review Session (optional)

 
 

Wednesday, December 2

 

Optional review session

 

 

FINAL EXAM

 

 

 

Tuesday, December 7 (8:30 AM) –
Thursday, December 17 (6:30 PM)

5-hour (increased from 4 hours last year)
Open book
Take home

Instructions for the 2019 exam
I anticipate using the same instructions in 2020 subject to any changes the Registrar's Office requires