Judge Koh Not Changing Apple/Samsung Court Dates
U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh has denied Apple's request to move a scheduled December 6 hearing up to a date earlier in the year. The December 6 date, set by Koh, will be when Apple argues why the eight Samsung devices found guilty of infringing on its patents should be permanently banned from sale in the U.S. Judge Koh said Apple's arguments have not convinced her to change the hearing date. Judge Koh is also leaving a scheduled September 20 hearing stand unchanged, which is when Samsung will argue to resume sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet. The device was banned in June, when Apple was awarded a preliminary injunction. Apple said that its request is "more urgent" than Samsung's. Apple has yet to formally respond to the latest ruling.
Judge Bans Older Samsung Smartphones
Samsung has been commanded to stop selling several older smartphones after a new court ruling in California. U.S.
Apple vs. Samsung Heads Back to Court
Samsung will get another chance to reduce the amount of money it owes to Apple for copying the look of the iPhone. The original verdict is not in question: Samsung is guilty of violating Apple's design patents in a case that dates back to April 2011.
Judge Tosses iMessage Lawsuit
Apple will not have to face a lawsuit over its iMessage service because the case was dismissed by U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh.
Appeals Court Exonerates Samsung in $120M Case
Samsung won a reversal of a $120 million patent-related fine thanks to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington, D.C.