In an antitrust case brought by Epic Games, Inc., Apple has asked the court to dismiss a claim that its iOS is an essential facility. While Epic’s claim iOS is an essential facility is only one of ten counts alleged against Apple, a win for Apple on this issue could be impactful.
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Apple Argues its iOS is Not an Essential Facility
Posted in: Antitrust
Tagged: Antitrust, Apple, Epic Games, Sherman Antitrust Act
Judge Rules on Epic Games, Inc.’s Request for Temporary Restraining Order Against Apple Inc.
On Thursday, August 24, 2020, U.S. District Court Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers issued a ruling on Epic Games, Inc.'s request for temporary restraining order against Apple Inc. The order grants Epic Games' request for a temporary restraining order against Apple from restricting, suspending, or terminating any affiliate of Epic Games from Apple's Developer Program. However, the order denies Epic Games' request for a temporary restraining order against Apple's ban of Epic Games' videogame, Fortnite, from Apple's App Store.
Posted in: Antitrust, California State Law
Tagged: Apple, Epic Games, Fortnite, Temporary Restraining Order, Unreal Engine