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Apple claims court-appointed e-book monitor is overcharging

Apple says Michael Bromwich charged $138,432 for his first two weeks of work

Tech giant Apple has not been too happy with the results of the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) probe into an e-book price fixing scheme; the company has already spoken out against both the DOJ's penalties in the case as well as potential regulatory actions that would monitor Apple’s e-book sales moving forward.

But as those regulatory actions have been enacted, Apple now has a new complaint: The company says the court-appointed monitor is costing the company way too much money.

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Zach Warren is Assistant Editor of InsideCounsel magazine, where he oversees online content submissions and administers InsideCounsel's enewsletters. Zach specializes in new media and multimedia...

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