This morning, Judge Cote issued a written decision reflecting an earlier, oral order to deny Apple’s motion to stay the work of an external monitor pending appeal of the case in which Apple was found liable for antitrust violations relating to the sale of e-books. Judge Cote found that Apple had largely waived arguments about the appointment of the monitor:
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In briefing completed this evening, Apple moved to stay the portion of the injunction Judge Cote imposed in the e-books price-fixing case relating to an external antitrust monitor that Apple contends is improperly acting as an adversary in violation of the Constitution’s separation of powers and the federal rules.  (We covered Apple’s earlier objection to the monitor here.  Prior posts on the case, proving more background, are here.) Apple’s moving brief argues:
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