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Comment: Sabre-Farelogix decision offers another example of ineffective government economic testimony

By Curtis Eichelberger
  • 09 Apr 2020 17:21
  • 09 Apr 2020 17:21
"You get your superstar Harvard economist and I’ll get my genius Chicago economist and they’ll offset one another. And once that’s done, we’ll start litigating the case.”

Those words from a veteran antitrust attorney were borne out again during the recent Sabre-Farelogix trial, where testimony by the government's economist proved ineffective. Economists can

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