Book Publishers Defeat Antitrust Appeals at Circuit

, New York Law Journal


The suits were filed by independent publishers in response to the Second Circuit's earlier ruling that Apple and five publishing companies, all of whom were party to the current suit, had conspired when they simultaneously switched from a wholesale business model to an agency pricing model, but the court agreed that neither company could attribute its demise to the unlawful conspiracy.

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