Prominent attorney named as monitor in Apple e-books case


NEW YORK (Reuters) – Michael Bromwich, a high-profile attorney and former federal prosecutor who served in President Obama’s administration, was appointed external monitor of Apple Inc’s antitrust compliance as part of the e-books case brought against the technology giant by the U.S. government.

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