Professor Sagers Quoted in New York Times

Chris Sagers, James A. Thomas Distinguished Professor of Law, was quoted in the New York Times on August 9 concerning the collapse of two pending mergers among major media entities–the acquisition of the Time-Warner entertainment group by Rupert Murdoch’s Fox enterprise, and the acquisition of T-Mobile by Sprint. Professor Sagers shared his thoughts on whether the mergers were dropped on fears of antitrust intervention, and whether their failures were to be welcomed.

An online version of the article can be read here.

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One Response to Professor Sagers Quoted in New York Times

  1. Mark J Sundahl says:

    You are undoubtedly the #1 lawyer in the house…I am inspired to attempt to keep pace!

    Sent from my Virgin Mobile phone

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