Tag Archives: Injunction

Apple Wants Another $707 Million From Samsung, Total US Ban

Apple has filed a new motion asking for an extra $707 million dollars from Samsung in additional damages. The figure includes $400 million awarded for design infringement by Samsung, $135 million for willful infringement of its utility patents, $121 million in supplemental damages based on Samsung’s product sales not covered in the jury’s deliberation… Read more

Samsung Asks Court to drop Galaxy Tab 10.1 injunction – Following Jury Verdict it didn’t copy iPad design

Following last week’s verdict, Samsung is now asking the courts to drop the initial injunction on their Galaxy Tab 10.1.  The jury for the Apple vs. Samsung trial found that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 infringed several pieces of Apple’s intellectual property, but did not infringe upon the iPad D’889 design patent. Originally the… Read more

Samsung Appeals Galaxy Nexus Ban, Wants A Fair Fight

As expected, Samsung filed an appeal against the preliminary ban of the Galaxy Nexus today. The injunction, which was granted to Apple last week temporarily prohibits the sale of all Galaxy Nexus handsets in the United States. Along with the appeal, Samsung is arguing that the ban is ”inconsistent with the Federal Circuit’s directive that market… Read more

US Judge Grants Apple A Ban On The Samsung Galaxy Nexus

Back in February, Apple asked for an injunction on Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus device and the court has finally made a decision to grant the motion and ban the Galaxy Nexus. There were four patents involved in the case but the official court release hasn’t been made available to the public yet so we’re still in the dark as to what patents caused the ban…. Read more

Apple’s injunction gets overturned down under

The tug-o-war between Apple and Samsung has been covered by blogs all over the world; once a day and twice on Sundays it seems. Today, a new development unfolded down under as an Australian judge overturned the injunction of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1. The Suwon-based mobile conglomerate was slapped with the injunction in October, but now it seems like they… Read more