Judge Nixes Apple Bid to Block E-Books Monitor

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Michael Bromwich
Michael Bromwich

"What we have here is the appointment of a monitor not as a result of a consent decree, but rather following a vigorously contested ruling that's under appeal," said Snell & Wilmer partner Greg Brower, who is not involved in the case. "Appointing a monitor in such a situation is unusual if not unprecedented."

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