The Never Ending Story

Lessons from US v Penguin Group, the government’s antitrust, ebook price-fixing case against Apple and other ‘big six’ US book publishers.

September 9, 2013

On 10 July 2013, US district judge Denise Cote issued her lengthy opinion and order in US v Penguin Group, the government’s antitrust case against Apple, and five of the ‘big six’ US book publishers, following the government’s trial against Apple, (the publishers having settled previously).

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