Q&A with Phil Weiser
Philip Weiser first came to the Department of Justice's antitrust division during the Clinton Administration, as a senior counsel focused on telecommunications. After serving as lead agency reviewer of the Federal Trade Commission for the Obama transition team, he returned in 2009, under Christine Varney, as deputy assistant attorney general for international, policy and appellate matters. Now back at University of Colorado Law School, Weiser talked about how his antitrust resume applies to seeking the Democratic nomination for Colorado attorney general in 2018.
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