Hemphill Accepts Leadership Position With New York Antitrust Bureau

Spring 2012

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Earlier this year, New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman appointed Professor C. Scott Hemphill to serve as chief of the state’s antitrust bureau. In announcing the appointment, Schneiderman noted that the professor’s “expertise in the complex area of antitrust law is broad and deep, as is his commitment to justice and fairness.” In addition to specializing in antitrust law, Hemphill is a nationally recognized expert on intellectual property law, and his past work has examined the legal balance between competition and innovation.

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