It's the case that just won't die. Apple is now appealing to the United States Supreme Court in order to overturn a federal judge's findings against the company in the government's ebook price fixing lawsuit. The company lost an appeal on this issue earlier this year at the Second Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals.
Now Apple is asking the highest court in the U.S. to weigh in on the case. From Apple's filing:
This case also presents issues of surpassing importance to the United States economy. Dynamic, disruptive entry into new or stagnant markets—the lifeblood of American economic growth—often requires the very type of vertical contracting and conduct that the Second Circuit's rule would condemn as a per se violation of the Sherman act.
The government's lawsuit asserted that Apple conspired with book publishers to fix pricing for ebooks. As a result of the original judgment, an antitrust monitor was installed at the company, which Apple has been attempting to rid itself of ever since.