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Apple claims antitrust monitor is biased

Apple's attorneys asked to remove Michael Bromwich, the court-appointed compliance monitor, claiming that he is overreaching and that he has a personal bias against the company, Re/code reported Wednesday.

The iPhone maker and Bromwich have been fighting for months on a range of issues from the scope of his oversight to his fees, which the company claims are unreasonable, citing a bill of $138,432.40 for his first two weeks on the assignment, Re/code reported.

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By John Paczkowski,

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