From The Register…
The Beatles’ recording company, Apple Corp., was given an opportunity to object to Apple Comp.’s use of the apple logo in association with the iTunes Music Store. But it chose not to, the iPod maker’s advocate claimed yesterday. Apple Corp. received an ITMS [iTunes Music Store] demo in January 2003 – four months before the service went live, Anthony Grabiner QC told the English High Court.
Grabiner and Apple Corp. lawyer Geoffrey Vos QC made their concluding remarks this week following written and presented testimony from the likes of Apple Corp. chief Neill Aspinall and from Eddie Cue, head of Apple’s iTunes and iPod division.
The judge indicated that he would give a ruling within a month.