Law360, Washington (May 14, 2019, 8:57 PM EDT) -- President Donald Trump's two U.S. Supreme Court appointees have added to their growing list of disagreements, as Justice Brett Kavanaugh wrote the majority opinion backing iPhone owners in their antitrust suit against Apple Inc., which Justice Neil Gorsuch described as "senseless" in a dissent.
The two newest justices have been on separate sides in several cases since Justice Kavanaugh joined the court in early October, and in Monday's decision in Apple v. Pepper, they squared off with dueling opinions.
Writing for a majority that featured the court's four liberal justices, Justice Kavanaugh said that Apple customers had standing to sue the...
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