Sagers Co-Authors Law Professors’ Amicus Brief in Supreme Court Antitrust Litigation

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, worked with Professor Mike Carrier of the Rutgers Law School to co-author a brief amicus curiae supporting the plaintiffs in the Supreme Court’s pending antitrust matter, NCAA v. Alston. The Alston plaintiffs are college athletes who successfully challenged the NCAA’s “amateurism” rules, convincing the lower courts that the rules should be modestly relaxed to limit their effect on competition for athletic talent. Over 60 professors of law, business, and economics from around the country joined the brief.  Among them was C|M|Law Professor Doron Kalir, a long time practitioner of antitrust law.

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