Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, spoke with several media outlets in the past few weeks on ongoing antirust matters. He was quoted in an article in the Spanish paper El Pais of Madrid, on the apparent movement among Congress and U.S. regulators to take action against Big-Tech platforms, and what the future of that sector might be.
He also spoke with Vice Motherboard bout a new antitrust suit accusing a manufacturer of using Amazon’s marketplace rules to destroy its own small competitors. He was quoted in article in the subscription service Law360 on the surprising joinder of the state of Texas with what had been an exclusively Democratic group of state Attorneys General suing to stop the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint. And he spoke with the subscription newsletter FTC:Watch on the surprising and apparently growing conflict between the Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission, the two federal agencies that enforce U.S. antitrust law.