COVID App Programmer Accuses Gibson Dunn Of 'Retaliation'

By Bryan Koenig (October 26, 2021, 8:08 PM EDT) -- A coronavirus tracking app developer hinted Monday that it may seek to disqualify Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP from representing Apple against antitrust claims that the tech giant blocked competing COVID-19 apps from the App Store, telling a California federal court the firm improperly attacked the app's programmer out of "political retaliation."

Coronavirus Reporter notified the court to a pair of U.S. Supreme Court petitions that app programmer Jeffrey D. Isaacs submitted last week, the latest moves in a 14-year saga over Isaacs' expulsion from the University of Southern California's Keck School of Medicine that he says has dogged him throughout his career. That case,...

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