Samsung didn’t wilfully copy Apple’s patents, rules US court
| by Nikhil Subramaniam |
Samsung did not wilfully infringe on Apple's patents, US District Court Judge Lucy Koh ruled yesterday. The court’s verdict was in response to Apple's attempt to increase the damages it was awarded last August by a US jury. If the decision had gone against Samsung, the South Korea-based company could have been forced to pay triple the original judgement, or more than $3 billion.
In December, the same US court denied Apple's request for a permanent injunction against some of Samsung's smartphones. In August last year, the Cupertino-based company won $1.05 billion in damages and was awarded a pre-trial sales ban on some Samsung products.
Apple and Samsung have been slugging it out in the courtroom for over a year
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