Sagers Quoted in New York Times, Participates in Conference on AT&T Case

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, was quoted in James Stewart’s “Common Sense” column in the New York Times, concerning the European Commission’s landmark $5 billion fine against Google this week.
He also participated in a teleconference for investors hosted by the Council of Institutional Investors, concerning the Justice Department’s loss in its antitrust challenge to the merger of AT&T and Time Warner. Other participates were James Cox of Duke University law school, and Yelena Larkin of the Department of Finance at York University in Toronto, Ontario. A recording of the teleconference is available to CII members.
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One Response to Sagers Quoted in New York Times, Participates in Conference on AT&T Case

  1. Doron M Kalir says:

    This is remarkable, Chris! Great job!!!

    Doron

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