Apple, Samsung Spar Over Docs In App Store Monopoly Case

Law360 (July 15, 2020, 4:30 PM EDT) -- Apple and Samsung's U.S. unit have asked a California federal court to intervene in their dispute over documents Apple requested as it tries to fend off class actions from app developers and consumers accusing the Silicon Valley tech giant of monopolizing the market for apps on its devices.

Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics America Inc. sent a letter Monday to U.S. Magistrate Judge Thomas S. Hixson, saying they were unable to resolve a dispute over a subpoena Apple served on the other company despite months of negotiation. Judge Hixson is overseeing discovery in a pair of related cases targeting Apple's App...

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