Orin Snyder, Apple’s lead attorney. Apple will continue to fight the allegations that it conspired with some of the largest book publishers to fix e-book prices. Apple notified the Second Circuit Court of Appeals that it intends to appeal a July district court decision that found Apple violated antitrust laws. In addition, Apple and Simon & Schuster, the CBS-owned book publisher, also notified the appeals court that they want it to toss out an injunction imposed on Apple by US District Judge Denise Cote. The judge ruled last month that Apple must accept monitoring by a third party to ensure that the company complies with antitrust laws.