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Apple loses court bid to block e-book antitrust monitor

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Jan
2014

By Nate Raymond NEW YORK (Reuters) – Apple Inc lost a bid on Monday to block an antitrust monitor appointed after a judge found that the company had conspired to fix e-book prices. At a hearing, U.S. District Judge Denise Cote in Manhattan denied Apples request to stay an order requiring an external compliance monitor pending the companys appeal. I want the monitorship to succeed for Apple, she said. The judge also said there was nothing improper about a declaration filed by a lawyer chosen to serve as monitor, Michael Bromwich, that became the basis of Apple seeking his disqualification.

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