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Prof. Norman Silber Quoted in Consumer Reports Story on Dynamic Pricing

Norman I. Silber, Professor of Law

Play the Dynamic Pricing Game to Win
Online prices on products and airfares can fluctuate daily, even hourly. Here’s how to make that work to your advantage.
By Tobie Stanger
Consumer Reports
Oct. 26, 2017


“This way of doing business isn’t typically illegal,” says Norman Silber, a consumer law professor at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., and a former CR board member. The exception, he says, is pricing intended to stifle competition or that considers prohibited factors like gender or race.

Read the full article on the Consumer Reports website.

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