The US District Court for the District of California dismisses an action brought by a putative class of consumers on claims of monopolization of the aftermarket for phone apps (Apple)

Plaintiffs Hit an Illinois Brick Wall: Indirect Purchasers of iPhone Apps Lack Standing to Bring Antitrust Suit* On December 2, 2013, United States District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers of the Northern District of California dismissed a case against Apple brought by a putative class of consumers who purchased applications from the App Store claiming that Appleā€™s 30 percent commission violated

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Nadezhda Nikonova, The US District Court for the District of California dismisses an action brought by a putative class of consumers on claims of monopolization of the aftermarket for phone apps (Apple), 2 December 2013, e-Competitions December 2013, Art. N° 66484

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