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Court Grants Preliminary Approval To Apple Settlement

Posted at 6:58AM Monday 04 Aug 2014

As expected, Judge Denise Cote granted preliminary approval to a deal that would settle money damages arising from Apple's e-book price-fixing case. "The Court concludes that there is probable cause to find that the proposed Settlement Agreement is within the range of those that may be approved as fair and reasonable," wrote Judge Denise Cote, in giving the deal a green light to proceed.

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