Texas Assistant AG To Join Uber's In-House Antitrust Team

Law360, New York (June 7, 2017, 8:15 PM EDT) -- A Texas assistant attorney general who took a leading role in the blockbuster e-book price-fixing case against Apple is set to leave the state prosecutor Friday to join embattled ride-hailing giant Uber as senior litigation counsel for antitrust and competition matters.

After departing the Texas attorney general's office, Eric Lipman will be starting at Uber Technologies Inc. in its San Francisco headquarters on June 26, he said in an email Wednesday. Lipman, who is of no relation to this reporter, has represented the state in a number of enforcement matters since joining the AG's Antitrust Section in mid-2012.

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