Lawyers for Eminem’s music label, Apple and MTV have asked a federal judge to delay the trial following settlement talks in the rapper’s copyright infringement suit, according to a Detroit News report. The lawsuit, which was filed in February, alleges that Apple used the song “Lose Yourself” in an iTunes television commercial without permission. Lawyers for all sides told U.S. District Judge Anna Diggs Taylor that they have “for several weeks, engaged in the negotiation of a stipulated protective order as well as the possible resolution of the case.” They added: “Both have expressed interest in continuing settlement discussions, but have not yet been able to reach any agreement.” Both sides will be able to question up to 10 people before trial, which wouldn’t be until next year. Apple CEO Steve Jobs and Eminem may be among them.