Goodwin Procter partner hits back in Apple antitrust row, reveals company's fees policy

A Goodwin Procter partner appointed to conduct a review of Apple's competition policies has hit back at the company after the tech giant argued he had gone beyond the remit of his appointment and charged exorbitant fees.

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