The difference between a profitable business strategy and a predatory business strategy can be somewhat difficult to determine. While firms do their best to extract profits from consumers and to outshine their competitors, doing so might be considered anticompetitive. When firms pursue a business strategy it is expected that such investment will be recovered at some point. When recoupment does occur, the strategy is considered successful. However, when predation is contended, recoupment can play an important role in determining the guilt or innocence of the players. This book guides you into the analysis of recoupment and the role it plays in the litigation of predatory practices.