Google’s attorney Jonathan Kravis is leading off its closing arguments, rather than Glenn Pomerantz — but he’s starting in the same place that Pomerantz’s opening arguments did.
The visual aid:
1) The Google Play Store competes with the Apple App Store
2) Consumers and app developers have choices
3) Epic has not shown that Google engaged in any anti-competitive conduct
4) Epic wants to use Google Play for free.
“What is this trial really about? Epic wants to use the Google Play Store for free,” says Kravis.