in Newswire Published on November 18, 2021

Class Action Claims Apple’s ‘Monopolistic’ Conduct Cost App-Downloading Consumers Millions

Lepesant et al. v. Apple Inc.

Filed: November 12, 2021 § 3:21-cv-08819

A class action alleges Apple has engaged in an anticompetitive scheme to monopolize the aftermarket for iOS apps since it launched the first iPhone in 2007.

Defendant(s)

Apple, Inc.

State(s)

California

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Last Updated on November 18, 2021 — 4:43 PM

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