Aug 27 2013
In court filings posted Monday morning, Apple attorney Orin Snyder responded to the Department of Justice’s revised proposed punishment for the tech company in the ebooks case. Snyder criticized the government for filing "a 12-page broadside masquerading as a brief," and accused them of "seeking a remedy that would give Amazon a significant competitive advantage over Apple."
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