Sagers Writes for New York Times on Government Loss in Amex Case

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Distinguished Professor of Law, wrote in the DealBook section of today’s New York Times about United States v. American Express, a decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit dealing the Justice Department a major setback in its long effort to bring more competition to the payment cards sector. You can view the article here.

1 thought on “Sagers Writes for New York Times on Government Loss in Amex Case

  1. Bravo Chris!

    And what a great way to remind us that the Appeals Court may only intervene in the factual findings of the court below “when they strike us as wrong with a force of a five-week-old, unrefrigerated dead fish.” Awesome!!!


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