Former New York Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust Sally Hubbard Joins Open Markets Institute as Director of Enforcement Strategy
March 4, 2019
Open Markets Institute is pleased to announce that Sally Hubbard, a highly regarded antitrust expert and former enforcer, is joining Open Markets as Director of Enforcement Strategy. At Open Markets, she will deepen our bench of expertise on critical sectors, especially technology platforms like Google and Facebook, as well as increase our engagement with state attorneys general, who have significant authority to police and reign in monopoly power.
Hubbard served as an Assistant Attorney General in the Antitrust Bureau of New York State, working for Attorneys General Spitzer, Cuomo, and Schneiderman. Most recently, she worked at the Capitol Forum as an investigative reporter and antitrust analyst with a focus on technology platforms.
In the antitrust bureau, Hubbard investigated violations of state and federal antitrust laws from local mergers to nationwide multi-state price-fixing. Hubbard was honored with the Louis Leftkowitz Award for her efforts in investigating municipal bond derivative bid-rigging.
Hubbard is a Washington Bytes contributor for Forbes.com and has written for The New York Times and CNN, among other outlets.
Hubbard holds a Bachelor of Arts from The College of William and Mary and a law degree from New York University School of Law.
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