Law360 (December 23, 2020, 8:58 PM EST) — An attorney for Google urged a D.C. federal judge Wednesday to transfer a private proposed antitrust class action alleging monopolization of the Android app store to California, arguing saying there was no reason to wait on a competing transfer bid pending before the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation.
Android user J. Jackson Paige filed his Oct. 30 complaint months after other cases targeting the smartphone operating system and Google’s 30% commission on in-app purchases in California federal court, and he should not be able to pull all those cases to his D.C. lawsuit, Google attorney Brian C. Rocca said during a…
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