United States v. Apple and the Contemporary Legitimacy of Antitrust

Chris Sagers, Jun 13, 2012

I think United States v. Apple, the so-called “e-Books case” pending in the Southern District of New York, is an excellent case for the government (the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division “DOJ”), put together by an exceptional team of government enforcers, and I think the defendants that remain in the case are likely to lose if they proceed to judgment. The complaint has been the talk of the blogosphere, surprising observers with the extent of its damning, meticulous factual detail and amazing them that defendants’ executives could have thought what they were doin…

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