Eversheds helps Beatles and iTunes come together for downloading deal
Eversheds has taken a lead role on the negotiations that have seen The Beatles agree to make their music available to download on iTunes, reports The Am Law Daily. The deal was announced yesterday (16 November) by Apple, EMI - the band's record label - and The Beatles' company, Apple Corps, with the agreement bringing an end to years of speculation as to when the group would embrace the digital downloading revolution. Apple Corps turned to Eversheds for advice on the negotiations, with commercial litigation partner Nick Valner advising alongside senior associate Neil Mohring.
Eversheds has taken a lead role on the negotiations that have seen The Beatles agree to make their music available to download on iTunes, reports The Am Law Daily.
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