The US DoJ proposes a remedy to address antitrust violations in the e-book market (Apple)

Justice Department Proposes Remedy for Apple’s Antitrust Violations in e-Book Market* The Department of Justice Antitrust Division on Friday filed its proposed remedy with the federal district court in New York City, addressing Apple Inc.’s role in a conspiracy among publishers to fix retail prices for electronic books, or e-books. Following a bench trial, the court last month found Apple liable in an action brought by the Justice Department and 33 states and territories. At that time, the court said it would entertain the plaintiffs’ request for injunctive relief and damages at a later date. According to the government’s

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Jeffrey May, The US DoJ proposes a remedy to address antitrust violations in the e-book market (Apple), 2 August 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin MFC clause, Art. N° 55071

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