Court of Appeals to Judge Koh: Do-Over on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Injunction

It seems like these Apple-Samsung lawsuits are never ending.  However, the news today is that something has finally gone in Samsung’s favor after being completely ripped apart by Apple. Recently, Judge Koh denied to lift the injunction on sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet even after rulings  that the device did not infringe on Apple’s design patents, citing lack of jurisdiction.  Today, the Court of Appeals has put their foot down and provided Samsung with a  motion for a limited remand of its appeal of the design-patent-based  preliminary injunction against the Galaxy Tab 10.1 (this lawsuit stuff is a mouthful).  This gives Samsung another chance with Judge Koh to argue the lifting of the injunction on the 10″ Android tablet.  It seems like Samsung has a logical argument seeing that the jury failed to find infringements with the tablet design patents in which the injunction is based on in the first place.  So, if you guys aren’t sick of this yet, do you think Judge Koh will finally come around?  Or do you think Apple’s lawyers will be just as convincing as before?  Let us know your thoughts by commenting below…

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