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After Losing Monitor Appeal, Apple Gets A Referee

Posted at 1:16PM Friday 21 Feb 2014

Following Apple's loss of its monitor appeal on February 10, Judge Denise Cote has now appointed a magistrate to oversee Apple's future disputes with its external monitor. Under the order, Magistrate Judge Michael Dolinger is now charged with overseeing the resolution of "any disputes that arise in connection with Apple' external monitor, subject to appeal to this Court."

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