2nd Circuit judge grants Apple temporary delay on e-books monitor

Judge Raymond Lohier Jr. says a three-judge panel will hear the case “as soon as possible”

Big business may not have had so much luck in court appealing court-appointed monitors, but Apple’s first 2nd Circuit appeals court victory could be a ray of hope on the horizon.

On Jan. 21, U.S. Circuit Judge Raymond Lohier Jr. granted Apple’s request for a temporary delay of the court-ordered monitor assigned to oversee Apple e-book prices. Apple has fought with monitor Michael Bromwich over lawyer fees and job responsibilities since his appointment in October.

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