U.S. Courts

Judge: It’s “Public Interest” to Monitor Apple’s Antitrust Reforms

Last week, Apple requested the court to disqualify Michael Bromwich, the lawyer appointed by U.S. District Judge Denise Cote to monitor the company’s e-book pricing reform. Today, the federal judge has denied Apple’s request, saying that it “failed to show” that it's in “public interest” to remove the antitrust monitor, The Wall Street Journal reports. The judge also denied Apple’s request...

U.S. Judge Dismisses iPhone Antitrust Complaint Against Apple

U.S. District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers has today dismissed an iPhone antitrust lawsuit against Apple in Oakland, California, which argued that the Cupertino company has built a monopoly for iPhone applications because they’re only for sale at its App Store, Bloomberg reports. (U.S. District Judge: Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers) According to the complaint, which was originally filed back in...