Publishers Weekly: “Apple Appeals Price-Fixing Verdict, Final Injunction”
It’s official—Apple has filed an appeal with the Second Circuit Court of Appeals challenging Judge Denise Cote’s July 10 verdict in its e-book price-fixing case. Although an appeal brief was not yet available Friday morning, a notice of the appeal was on record with the Second Circuit, and separate notice was filed with the district court.
According to the notice filing, Apple is appealing “the Final Judgment entered on September 6, 2013,” including the court’s final injunction entered against Apple, as well as “any and all orders and rulings that were adverse to it, whether or not subsumed within the September 6, 2013 Final Judgment, including—without limitation—this Court’s July 10, 2013 Opinion & Order as well as other rulings on liability, admissibility of evidence, and certain discovery requests.”
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