iPod Lawsuit Continues With Plaintiff’s Status Still in Doubt

Lawyers involved in a class-action trial against Apple spent the weekend trying to prove — or disprove — that the plaintiff in the case had the right to sue the company.

Lawyers involved in a class-action trial against Apple spent the weekend trying to prove — or disprove — that the plaintiff in the case had the right to sue the company.

Source:: iPod Lawsuit Continues With Plaintiff’s Status Still in Doubt

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