University of Miami Law Review


Robert A. Bicks


Recent antitrust convictions have brought public attention to bear on this aspect of the business world. The author, the prime mover behind these convictions, herein discusses some of the goals and present enforcement procedures of the Department of Justice. This analysis emphasizes the prior prevention rather than the subsequent destruction of corporate mergers which threaten to obstruct the flow of competitive enterprise. The author additionally examines the problems involved in the use of antitrust laws in the regulation of labor unions.