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Apple tells Epic judge to consider Supreme Court NCAA decision

Apple’s legal team submitted a decision by the US Supreme Court about the NCAA to the court over its lawsuit with Epic Games, claiming the decision “provides guidance” that the judge should consider for her own decision over the fate of the App Store.Apple’s main trial activity with Epic finished in May, with both sides now awaiting a decision from Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers on the matter. While the wait continues, Apple’s lawyers are taking advantage of a Supreme Court decision to help its case.The filing, spotted by Stephen Totilo, refers to the decision on the case of the National Collegiate Athletic Association v Alston, et al. The decision from June 21 is attached in full to the filing, intended to be read by Judge Rogers. Read more…
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