Judge Koh sets aside sanctions order against Apple in FTC v. Qualcomm antitrust case

This is a quick follow-up to last week's post on an amicus curiae brief by Lawyers for Civil Justice:Judge Lucy Koh of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California has granted an Apple motion for relief from a non-dispositive order by Magistrate Judge Nathaniel Cousins, who imposed sanctions on Apple for failure to timely provide documents sought by Qualcomm in its defense against the Federal Trade Commission's antitrust lawsuit. Here's Judge Koh's order (this post continues below the document): 18-02-07 Order Setting Aside Sanctions Order by Florian Mueller on ScribdThe matter is remanded to Magistrate Judge Cousins because Judge Koh found it legally erroneous that he based his sanctions order on Apple on a procedural rule that applies to parties, while Apple is technically a non-party to the FTC-Qualcomm case. As Judge Koh notes, Apple has its own antitrust litigation against Qualcomm pending, but that's a different case…

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