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Apple’s eye

4 February 2014 By Reynolds Holding

The iPad maker claims a judge-imposed overseer is not only costly and disruptive but blatantly unconstitutional. It’s a persuasive argument, akin to ones that doomed the independent counsel role of Iran-Contra fame. A U.S. court of appeals has the opportunity to say so.

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