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Judge Koh Says “Bye, Bye, Bye”

The Wall Street Journal reports that Judge Lucy Koh issued an Order modifying and reducing the amount of damages awarded to Apple after its massive victory in August 2012. Judge Koh ruled that the jury determined an unreasonable theory upon which to calculate damages, and ordered a new trial as to the issue of damages for 14Continue Reading

Apple v. Samsung – What Now?

With the “trial of the century” over, as far as it relates to the patent world, the big question is going to be, what now for Samsung? Obviously, Samsung is not going anywhere. As the world’s number two device maker, and 2012’s second quarter sales leader, Samsung, as one Tweeter commented, merely paid $1 billionContinue Reading

Apple v. Samsung

Samsung, through its own actions, might actually lose its case against Apple. That’s at least according the news from Foss Patents. Apparently, Samsung is doing whatever it can to get on Judge Koh’s bad side. If you’re interested in the latest updates, I’d suggest following this Foss Patents keyword. I’m particularly interested in this post,Continue Reading

Kiss the Galaxy Nexus Goodbye, For Awhile

Well, Apple took some of their cash reserves and posted a bond for $95 million yesterday. shortly after Judge Koh denied Samsung’s motion to stay. Samsung presented, in my opinion, some well-thought-out arguments against the injunction, but these failed to persuade the judge. This injunction is going to hinge on the ‘604 patent, which as Foss Patents tellsContinue Reading

Apple Scores Victory Against Samsung in the Patent Wars

With Oracle’s loss (and here) in the Oracle v. Google debacle, and Apple’s loss in Apple v. Motorola Mobility, the patent wars now shift to Apple’s fight against Samsung. This week, Apple scored two major (one not-so-major) blows against the device-maker. First, Apple was able to convince U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh to halt all U.S. sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet. ThisContinue Reading