Apple is expected to return to London’s High Court of Justice today to contest the recent lawsuit filed by Apple Corps. over iPod and the iTunes Music Store, reports Bloomberg. “The Beatles’ lawyers will argue in a two to three day hearing that the case should be heard in London,” notes the report. “The computer maker’s lawyers contest this and have asked a Californian judge for the case to proceed in San Jose.” Apple CEO Steve Jobs recently commented on the issue, saying “We’re going to have to take it to court to find out who’s right,” Jobs said. “It’s really stupid. We can’t reach an agreement, but the courts could drag on for a few years.” Jobs also said: “The whole thing is unfortunate because we love the Beatles.” Bloomberg also has an interesting timeline available, showing the history or the two Apples and their ongoing legal troubles.