Antitrust on Bloomberg Law

Gain access to detailed analysis on the latest antitrust developments, and access leading-edge resources that empower you to ensure your client’s deal clears the merger review process.



When important antitrust news breaks, you’ll be the first to know with Bloomberg Law®. Confidently advise your clients with wide-ranging coverage from BNA’s Antitrust & Trade Regulation Daily™. You’ll also have unlimited access to hundreds of additional sources through Bloomberg Law’s dedicated Antitrust News & Law Reports page.

Bloomberg Law’s extensive collection of Books and Treatises centered around antitrust issues includes publications from the American Bar Association (ABA), Practising Law Institute (PLI), and international coverage through an extensive collection of Getting the Deal Through titles.


Bloomberg Law’s Antitrust Resources include all FTC and DOJ merger guidelines, forms and procedures. Accelerate your research by exploring the latest regulations and guidance from these agencies, including rules, decisions, guidelines, briefs, letters, and more.

For a detailed look at issues faced by antitrust practitioners, you’ll be able to search the ABA Antitrust Law Developments book for essential information. Bloomberg Law helps you quickly find the federal court decisions involving FTC and DOJ enforcement, as well as key rulings in state and/or private litigation.

Finally, you’ll find Practice Tools such as 50-state surveys and an International Merger Clearance Requirements chart that can help speed your research.


  • Dealing with competitors
  • DOJ and FTC merger review
  • Federal criminal antitrust enforcement
  • Intellectual property licensing
  • International business activities
  • Joint ventures
  • Maintaining an antitrust compliance program
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Monopolies
  • Price discrimination
  • Regulated industries
  • State antitrust enforcement
  • Trade associations



  • Sherman Act
  • Clayton Act
  • Federal Trade Commission Act
  • Hart-Scott-Rodino Act
  • Robinson-Patman Price Discrimination Act
  • Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission guidelines and policies
  • State antitrust statutes