But the pro-Apple (AAPL) amici curiae brief filed Wednesday by two economists lays out clearly — more clearly perhaps than Apple’s own trial lawyers — the economic and legal issues the company tried and failed to get across to Judge Denise Cote last June. (See The view from the hard benches.)
The document submitted by CalTech’s Bradford Cornell and NYU’s Janusz Ordover fills more than 30 pages, but the heart of their argument is laid out in a three-paragraph summary:
Apple appealed Judge Cote’s ruling two weeks ago. A DOJ spokesperson said it would file its brief in May.
LINK: Economist Amicus Brief