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Judge Lucy Koh has lifted a temporary U.S. sales ban against Samsung's (SSNLF.PK) older Galaxy...

Judge Lucy Koh has lifted a temporary U.S. sales ban against Samsung's (SSNLF.PK) older Galaxy Tab 10.1 following a jury's decision in August that the device didn't violate the Apple (AAPL) patent upon which the ban was based. Meanwhile, Samsung has filed a motion saying that the iPhone 5 violates some of the Korean company's IP, adding the claims to an existing lawsuit.
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  • rocback
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    No surprise there since the jury didn't find that particular patent infringed. But the more important finding of fact by the jury was its finding that the components in the Galaxy SIII DID infringe and that has just been added to the suit. It was too late to add it before the trial since the court rules on amendments to the petition had passed. It seems to be a sure thing that the Galaxy SIII will be found to have infringed on Apples patents. The older Galaxy Tab 10.1 is irrelevant.
    2 Oct 2012, 03:19 PM Reply Like
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