Sagers Blogs in Huff Post on Apple and Antitrust

C|M|LAW’s James A. Thomas Distinguished Professor of Law Chris Sagers posted The Fate of Apple and Antitrust: Overcoming Confusion About the eBooks Case today in the Huffington Post.  In this post, Sagers explains that “[d]efendant Apple, as the government has shown by overwhelming evidence, orchestrated a garden variety price-fixing conspiracy among five of the six large publishing companies that dominate electronic books. They had motive to do it and the evidence is strong that they successfully raised retail prices for a long time.”  He explains why, although the case seems complicated, it is not, and he predicts that Apple will lose.

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