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American Antitrust Institute. Advocacy group with pro-enforcement slant. Guide to internet resources is one of the most comprehensive available, with thorough annotations.
ABA Antitrust Section. The resource list is strong on links to the sites of international agencies with antitrust responsibilities.
The Antitrust Magazine. Free online monthly magazine published by the ABA Antitrust Section. Good place to publish short articles of interest to the antitrust bar. Also includes a decent annotated set of links to antitrust resources online.
Cornell University Legal Information Institute’s Antitrust Information. Well maintained legal research site offers easy access to the major antitrust statutes. Also a selection of cases and other resources on topic.
Findlaw Antitrust Articles List. Findlaw’s links to online articles on antitrust related topics. Most are published on law firm sites. See also Findlaw’s main antitrust page and Richard Steuer’s Executive Summary (a top-level introduction and overview). Findlaw is now owned by the publishers of Westlaw.
United States Department of Justice. Includes press releases from DOJ’s Antitrust Division and filings in recent cases.
Federal Trade Commission. Advisory Opinions, actions, press releases, etc. The FTC’s site has a lot of useful information and informal guidance about non-antitrust trade regulation issues.
National Association of Attorneys General Antitrust Page. Good source for information and filings in multistate actions such as tobacco, Microsoft, etc. Also includes a contact list for all state AG’s.
Oregon Department Of Justice. Enforces state and federal antitrust and trade regulation laws on behalf of the citizens of Oregon.