February 16, 2016

Apple High Court Petition Touches Fabric of New Economy

Philadelphia associate Mark D. Taticchi co-authored “Apple High Court Petition Touches Fabric of New Economy” for Law360. In a post-trial judgment, the Second Circuit found that Apple, Inc. had engaged in an unlawful conspiracy in violation of the Sherman Act with the company’s launch of its iBooks store. The company challenged the finding, requesting a Supreme Court review of the matter. The article explores the background of the rulings and the court’s approach, as well as the potential significance of the case.

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