“Apple has long maintained that the proposed remedies in the U.S. Department of Justice’s e-book price-fixing case against it are heavy-handed, lambasting them as ‘wildly out of proportion to any adjudicated wrongdoing or potential harm,'” John Paczkowski reports for AllThingsD.
“nd the DOJ’s recent revision of those remedies hasn’t much changed that position,” Paczkowski reports. “In court filing released Monday, Apple berated the DOJ once again, calling its revised proposed remedies a ‘broadside masquerading as a brief’ and a ‘transparent attempt effort to attack the credibility of Apple and its counsel, and obtain an injunction wildly out of proportion to the issues and evidence in the case.'”
Paczkowski reports, “nd it asked the presiding court to order the DOJ to withdraw it and submit a new one that hews to issues it claims were actually adjudicated in court.”
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