Judge: Apple conspired to raise e-book prices

in 2013, Keith Hylton, Newsmakers, School of Law, USA Today
July 10th, 2013

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Keith Hylton, School of Law

Apple conspired with five major publishers to illegally raise consumer prices for electronic books in 2010 and will next face a trial to decide how much it owes in damages, a federal judge ruled Wednesday…

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“Apple has good arguments to raise on appeal. But the new problem Apple faces is that the judge’s massive opinion relies so heavily on facts and inferences that an appellate court is unlikely to have room to modify the decision substantially.”

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