Sagers Speaks at Yale and Federalist Society Programs

This week Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, gave a presentation of his book, “United States v. Apple: Competition in America,” at a Yale Law School lecture series jointly sponsored by the Information Society Project and the Thurman Arnold Project.

He also participated in a panel discussion hosted by the Federalist Society that featured an extended, deep-dive discussion of the Justice Department’s historic antitrust suit against online search giant Google. Sagers debated the case with two leading antitrust experts, Doug Melamed of Stanford University and Geoff Manne, President of the International Center for Law & Economics. 

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