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Antitrust Law

A guide to print and online resources for researching antitrust law.

Non-subscription Tools for Federal Statutes and Regulations

In addition to Westlaw, Lexis and Bloomberg, there are a number of other reputable sources for accessing statutes and regulations. For Federal regulations and statutes, check out the e-CFR and the U.S. Code found on the website.  Remember to take a look at the source to verify that it is current and reputable. 

Federal Law: Statutes and Regulations via Subscription Tools

Access antitrust laws, regulations and agency decisions on Westlaw, Lexis, Bloomberg and other specialty platforms by pre-filtering contents to antitrust practice materials. Each source supports sophisticated searching which may not be available on the FTC.'s website. Access information for some non-subscription websites are listed below.

Federal Law: Statutes and Regulations via Other Sources

Federal Legislative and Regulatory History

Sources like Hein Online and ProQuest Legislative Insight may be time savers when it comes to digging through legislative histories. Meanwhile, Hein Online and ProQuest Regulatory Insight may be useful for searching or compiling a regulatory history. 

State Antitrust Law