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Apple seeks removal of court-appointed antitrust monitor

08
Jan
2014

By Andrew Longstreth NEW YORK (Reuters) – Apple Inc is seeking the removal of a lawyer appointed by a court to monitor its antitrust compliance following a ruling last year that the company had conspired to fix e-book prices. An attorney for the consumer technology giant on Tuesday asked U.S. District Judge Denise Cote in Manhattan to disqualify Michael Bromwich from serving as an external compliance monitor, arguing he had shown a personal bias against the company. In a letter to Cote, Apples lawyer cited a wholly inappropriate declaration filed by Bromwich last month. In the declaration, Bromwich defended his work as a monitor against Apples complaint that he had overstepped his mandate.

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