Professor Sagers Publishes Column in the New York Times’ Daily Business Affairs Blog

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Professor Chris Sagers

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Distinguished Professor of Law, published a column with DealBook, the New York Times’ daily business affairs blog, entitled “Everyone Wants to Get Tough on Antitrust Policy, but Not Really.” He discussed a recent Obama administration initiative to increase regulatory concern for matters affecting competition, and what it says about the overall state of American competition policy.

You can read the column here.
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One Response to Professor Sagers Publishes Column in the New York Times’ Daily Business Affairs Blog

  1. Doron M Kalir says:

    Chris,

    This is fantastic. You make us all proud. Thank you for that.

    Doron

    Doron M. Kalir Clinical Professor of Law Director, International LL.M Program Cleveland-Marshall College of Law 1801 Euclid Ave., LB 138 Cleveland, OH 44115 d.kalir@csuohio.edu Tel.: (216) 687-3948 Fax: (216) 687-9297

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