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Apple Loses Two Key Decisions In E-book Case

Posted at 8:26AM Tuesday 01 Apr 2014

Judge Denise Cote handed down two key rulings on Friday in the damages phase of Apple's e-book price-fixing case. In one ruling, the judge granted class action status in the state and consumer cases pending before her. And in another decision, the judge rejected Apple's two expert witnesses for trial.

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