All items tagged with "injunction"

Apple-Samsung Trial: Judge Sets December Injunction Hearing

Apple-Samsung Trial: Judge Sets December Injunction Hearing

U.S. Federal Judge Lucy Koh has moved the hearing for Apple’s request for an injunction against Samsung phones to December, possibly diluting the economic effect of last week’s patent trial verdict.

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Samsung Files 700 Pre-Trial Juror Questions, Apple Files 49

Samsung Files 700 Pre-Trial Juror Questions, Apple Files 49

Ok, guys, let’s try to even these up.

Both Samsung and Apple filed pre-trial juror screening questionnaires with the US District Court that is handling the patent dispute originally filed by Apple agains Samsung. Potential jurors will have to answer close to 750 questions unless Judge Koh, the District Judge who has been handling this case, asks for some winnowing of the number of questions. 49 of those questions are from Apple, with the remaining 700 filed by Samsung. That’s six pages to forty pages, respectively.

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Apple Injunction Holds; Judge Not Swayed By Samsung Appeal

Apple Injunction Holds; Judge Not Swayed By Samsung Appeal

Things are getting serious here, mmmkay?

In another setback for Samsung today, a US judge rejected Samsung’s request to lift the injunction against United States sales of the Galaxy Tab, a tablet computer than runs Google’s Android and competes with the iPad.

As we reported last week, US District Judge Lucy Koh granted Apple’s request to block any US sale of the tablet. Apple claims that the Galaxy Tab infringes on several of Apple’s patents that apply to it’s iOS devices and operating system. Samsung had appealed the court to stay the injunction pending resolution of an appeal, but today’s judgement seems unequivocal.

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Apple Awarded Preliminary Injunction Against Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus

Apple Awarded Preliminary Injunction Against Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus

Three days after we reported an Apple win in regards to the Samsung Galaxy Tab, US District Judge Lucy Koh just handed Apple another, possibly temporary, victory.

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Apple Wins In Samsung Galaxy Tab Case (For Now)

Apple Wins In Samsung Galaxy Tab Case (For Now)

Judge Lucy Koh handed Apple an injunction against Samsung selling their Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the US in the latest round of legal warfare between the two companies. Her decision comes after her previous denial of Apple’s request as well as a federal appeals court ruling for her to reconsider the request.

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Motorola Triumphs Over Apple To Secure Online Ban On Selected iOS Devices

Motorola Triumphs Over Apple To Secure Online Ban On Selected iOS Devices

Apple has been forced to cease online sales of its iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, and 3G-equipped iPad 2 in Germany after Motorola triumphed over the Cupertino company in a Mannheim court, securing an injunction against several of its 3G devices. Those affected are no longer available to purchase from Apple’s online store, though they can still be obtained from its retail stores.

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Apple Told To Stop Selling Products In Germany Within Two Weeks… But Apple’s Unlikely To Comply

Apple Told To Stop Selling Products In Germany Within Two Weeks… But Apple’s Unlikely To Comply

Apple's Munich Store Photo by Vokabre - http://flic.kr/p/6SoES8

Despite a preliminary injunction granted Motorola Mobility on Friday, Apple continues to sell products in Germany. The tech giant has a two-week window until it must argue why a court’s default judgement should be reversed, averting the possible stop of retail and online sales in the nation.

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Did Apple Lie And Falsify Evidence To Win Its Injunction Against Samsung’s Galaxy Tab?

Did Apple Lie And Falsify Evidence To Win Its Injunction Against Samsung’s Galaxy Tab?

Apple’s chalked up some big victories against Samsung in recent weeks, culminating in a preliminary injunction that got the Galaxy Tab 10.1 banned throughout the EU. But did Apple do so based upon false evidence? That’s what one Dutch website is alleging, and we’ve got to admit, their argument’s pretty good.

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