Apple Being Sued By Russian Law Firm

Apple Being Sued By Russian Law Firm For Withdrawing Payment Service From Country: Latest Updates

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Apple Being Sued By Russian Law Firm For Withdrawing Payment Service From Country

Highlights:

• The lawsuit was filed in a Moscow court, and it also demands that Apple resume its Apple Pay services.
• The same law firm is also pursuing a lawsuit against Netflix.

Introduction:

On Friday, a Russian law firm announced that it has launched a lawsuit against Apple, demanding RUB 90 million (approximately Rs. 9.7 crores) in damages for customers who were harmed by Apple’s decision to suspend its payment service from Russia. A request for comment from Apple was not immediately returned.

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Apple had infringed Russian consumers’ rights, according to law firm Chernyshov, Lukoyanov & Partners, when it prohibited the use of its built-in Apple Pay service on March 1 in response to Moscow’s sending soldiers into Ukraine. It claims the complaint was filed in a Moscow court and seeks RUB 90 million (approximately Rs. 9.7 crore) in damages, including compensation for “moral damage” inflicted to citizens.

It also wants Apple to restore Russian consumers’ access to Apple Pay services. The total amount could climb if the law firm continues to invite more people to join the lawsuit. According to Senior Partner Konstantin Lukoyanov, Apple’s parent US organisation has decided to halt sales of Apple products and services in Russia.

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Apple Being Sued By Russian Law Firm

“As a result,” he stated in a statement, “the claims in our case are directed first and foremost at the parent corporation and then to its subsidiary entities.” According to the law firm, Apple’s decision to end Apple Pay services in Russia has reduced the usefulness of its products on the Russian market, lowering their value,

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actions that it argues are illegal and discriminatory under Russian law. A similar case is being pursued by the same legal firm against Netflix, which discontinued its service in Russia in March. Insider contacted Grigory Chernysho

v, a partner at the firm, but did not receive a response right away. Outside of normal business hours, Apple did not respond to Insider’s request for comment. Apple said it was “very troubled” by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and “stands with all those who are suffering as a result of the violence” in a statement released after the company halted its services in March.

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