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Mark M. Hager

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American U.

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Professor of Law

Washington College of Law


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Corporate and Intellectual Property Associate

Foley Hoag LLP


Law Professor

American University


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Bar discipline and client protection, 2003: "Probate's misplaced trust" (Washington Post series), Jun. 16-17. 2002: "Crumbs from the table", Feb. 8-10. 2001: "Law firm sued over fen-phen settlement practices", Dec. 28; "Updates" (IOLTA), Dec. 15-16 (& Jan. 31); "Holiday special" (Canadian lawyer's misconduct), May 28; "Mills of legal discipline" (updates on Brock, Hager, Fieger cases), Mar. 3; "Dangers of complaining about lawyers" (Ga. considers easing defamation counter-complaints by lawyers), Mar. 30-Apr. 1.
2000: "'Judge Lenient With Perjurer, Cites Clinton Case'", Oct. 16-17 (& May 16); "Disbarred, with an asterisk" (Mass. has let many attorneys resume practice), Sept. 20; "Funds that don't protect" (client protection funds), Aug. 23-24; "Fit to practice? (California bar disciplinary board), Aug. 21-22; "That Hager case" (American U. law professor Mark Hager, settlement of Warner-Lambert Nix lice treatment case), Feb. 23 (& update May 3, 2001: board recommends three-year suspension).



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19. Testimony of Professor Mark Hager, Assistant Professor of Law, Washington College of Law, American University, at Consumer Subcommittee Hearing on S. 1400, April 5, 1990, transcript at 126.


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Mark Hager
Mark Hager graduated from Harvard law school and worked as a corporate and intellectual property associate at a leading U.S. law firm Foley Hoag in Boston. He then served for fifteen years as Professor of Law at American University in Washington D.C. while maintaining a federal litigation practice. His background is especially strong in complex litigation and employment law. Mark is an American and resides in Sri Lanka.


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Mark HagerProfessor of Law, Washington College of Law, American University


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