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Apple Again Seeks Ban On 20+ Samsung Devices In US 235

Posted by Soulskill
from the kicking-'em-when-they're-down dept.
An anonymous reader notes that Apple has renewed its patent attack against Samsung, asking U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh to prohibit Samsung from selling over 20 different phones and tablets. Apple made a similar request after it won a $1 billion judgment in 2012, but Koh did not allow it. An Appeals court later ruled that Apple could resubmit its request if it focused on the specific features at the center of the 2012 verdict, and that's what we're seeing today. Apple's filing said, "Samsung’s claim that it has discontinued selling the particular models found to infringe or design around Apple's patents in no way diminishes Apple’s need for injunctive relief. ... Because Samsung frequently brings new products to market, an injunction is important to providing Apple the relief it needs to combat any future infringement by Samsung through products not more than colorably different from those already found to infringe."
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Apple Again Seeks Ban On 20+ Samsung Devices In US

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  • Just stop (Score:2, Interesting)

    by Anonymous Coward on Friday December 27, 2013 @12:26PM (#45797411)

    Just stop selling electronics to the US. Prohibit all export from Asia. The dollar won't be worth anything soon anyway and the US will never pay back is debts. Don't do business with dishonest people.

  • Re:How about no? (Score:5, Interesting)

    by Anonymous Coward on Friday December 27, 2013 @12:49PM (#45797649)

    Except we already know that this was a Kangaroo court.

    This patent war is a prime example of what is wrong with patents. The jury in this case decided based on one man's vendetta against Samsung. Go ahead, look it up.

    You might learn something.

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