Business First?
triumph Wrote:However see the long-standing legal battle between Apple Computers and Apple Records to see why this is not necessarily cut and dry. They had an agreement that Apple Computers would not get into music. Then they launched the iPod and iTunes. Apple Records believes this is a violation of their trademark, and Apple Computers disagrees.

That one actually isn't a trademark dispute if one dug deeper. It turns out
more to be basically an agreement dispute than a trademark one.

But that's for their attorneys to duke it out. Big Grin
Thanks for explaining that!
So the lawyers had to called on this agreement dispute for Apple? I wonder if the one who paid the most money for the said lawyer wins the case?

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