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ITC Judge Finds Apple Didn't Violate Samsung Patents

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Sep 14, 2012, 6:42 PM

Domestic Industry Question for Eric.

Products produced "and" manufactured in the home country fall under this definition.

Does not Samsung manufacture anything in their own country and does Apple manufacture their phones here in the states?

I'm not sure of the patents in question but, it seems that Foxconn was overlooked in the manufacturing of Apple's devices which would make Apple just as invalid to meet the requirements.

Any info would be appreciated.

John B.
I'm all but certain Samsung has some factories in Korea, though they certainly utilize Foxconn as well. Also pretty sure they are building some factories here in the US, if they do not have any up and running already. I have not heard Apple manufact...

Sep 14, 2012, 4:05 PM

I wonder how much Judge Gildea was paid off by Apple

Is anyone really surprised by this verdict? Rolling Eyes
Not one bit, but his explanation was interesting.

No domestic industry exists for those four patents?

But a universal search function is an entire domestic industry, right?
BigRed75 said:
Is anyone really surprised by this verdict? Rolling Eyes

I wonder when people will stop making unsubstantiated remarks on Phonescoop.
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