"With great respect to the trial judge, we consider that he has reached the wrong conclusion," said Neil Aspinall, manager of Apple Corps.
"We felt that during the course of the trial we clearly demonstrated just how extensively Apple Computer had broken the agreement, and we will accordingly be filing an appeal and putting the case again to the Court of Appeal."
Aspinall claimed that Apple Corps' firm of lawyers, Eversheds, believes that it has a good chance of overturning the decision on appeal.
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