Cyber Monday Sale over 400  deals“Apple last week asked a Florida federal judge to kill a lawsuit filed in August by Psystar, saying that the case is a retread of the one in California that has the Mac clone maker on the ropes,” Gregg Keizer reports for Computerworld.

“Failing an outright dismissal, Apple demanded that U.S. District Court Judge William Hoeveler transfer the lawsuit to the California federal court that since July 2008 has supervised the legal battle over Psystar’s practice of installing Mac OS X on its machines,” Keizer reports.

“‘This case is a transparent attempt by Psystar Corp. to relitigate the same issues that Psystar and Apple have been contesting before the Honorable William Alsup on the Northern District of California for almost a year and a half,’ Apple argued in its motion for dismissal, which was filed with Hoeveler on Nov. 24,” Keizer reports.

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