Apple is currently engaged in a protracted legal battle with a Texas-based construction company over a proposed new office building.
Apple is challenging the company’s construction contract, which it says it obtained through an “unfair” acquisition.
Apple alleges that it has been “obliged” to pay more than $4 million in damages to the Texas company.
Apple filed the lawsuit against HVCC and two former executives in August.
According to the suit, the new HVCP building was originally planned to be a $500 million project by 2019.
Apple contends that the construction contract was obtained by HVCOM with the “intent to force” it to make the building, which is currently under construction, a “super-mega-corporation.”
The lawsuit also alleges that the company “failed to provide sufficient notice of its intent to acquire” the HVCO.HVCO has said that it is still working to complete the construction.HIVCOM told ABC News that it was working to resolve the matter with Apple and its attorneys.
Apple declined to comment.