“That’s because the reasoning of Jacobs, a pro-business judge appointed by the first President Bush, is much more in line with the pro-business, conservative majority on the Supreme Court,” Pressman reports. “If Apple appeals to the Supremes, it is Jacobs’ opinion, not that of his two colleagues, that’s likely to have more sway.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Hopefully, this travesty of justice, this ill-considered fix, will someday be corrected to Apple’s satisfaction.
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