The Section of Antitrust Law of the American Bar Association is
pleased to publish the Second Edition of the Indirect P urchaser
Litigation Handbook. The Handbook explores the background of
antitrust claims brought by indirect purchasers and describes the legal
framework for addressing the issues that commonly arise in indirect
purchaser litigation.
The Handbook was prepared by a working group, headed by
Elizabeth A. N. Haas, within the Section’s Civil Practice and
Procedure Committee. The Section appreciates the expertise and
experience that have gone into this edition of the Handbook. This
Section hopes that the Handbook will contribute greatly to the
bench’s and bar’s understanding of indirect purchaser litigation.
November 2015
Roxann Henry
Chair, Section of Antitrust Law
American Bar Association

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