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After an almost decade-long fight in federal court, consumer lawyers ask a jury in Oakland, California, to find Apple violated antitrust laws by locking customers into iTunes and owes more than $1 billion in damages. UC Hasings Professor of law Robin Feldman and Distinguished Professor Rutgers Law School Michael Carrier speak on “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg 12/2) see also--
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