A federal judge in California said he was troubled to find some of the “best lawyers in the country” arguing for serious sanctions in his San Jose courtroom, when they should be litigating Apple’s alleged throttling of older iPhones.

Lawyers representing the tech giant have requested the interim co-lead counsel in the multidistrict litigation be removed over a “blatant and very serious violation” of a protective order that occurred during a motion to dismiss hearing.

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