The US Supreme Court rejects an attempt to block consumer claims against a big tech company under indirect-purchaser rule (Apple / Pepper)

Apple v. Pepper: Supreme Court Rejects Attempt to Block Consumer Claims Under Indirect-Purchaser Rule* The Supreme Court on Monday issued a much-anticipated decision in the Apple v. Pepper case, where iPhone owners are accusing Apple of monopolizing the retail market for iOS applications, or apps. The Court ruled in favor of the plaintiffs, holding that iPhone owners have standing to pursue a claim for damages against Apple under the federal antitrust laws. The decision has

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Harrison J. McAvoy, The US Supreme Court rejects an attempt to block consumer claims against a big tech company under indirect-purchaser rule (Apple / Pepper), 13 May 2019, e-Competitions Bulletin June 2019, Art. N° 90630

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