Professor Lambert Discusses Google Antitrust Case in The Dispatch

Thom Lambert, professor of law and Wall Chair in Corporate Law and Goverance at Mizzou Law, published an article in The Dispatch discussing the recent Google antitrust case.

The article describes the U.S. Department of Justice’s lawsuit against Google over payments it makes to ensure that Google Search is the default search engine on web browsers, Apple iPhones and iPads, and Android products. Professor Lambert explains that the government faces significant challenges on three matters and ultimately has a “tough row to hoe.”

To read Professor Lambert’s full piece, click here.