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Apple v. Samsung Case is Reopened, Returning to Court of Appeals
– Apple v. Samsung Case is Reopened, Returning to Court of AppealsThis case between Apple and Samsung has been going on for over four years now, and it has just been reopened, thanks to the ruling by the Supreme Court last month.The Supreme Court had overturned the ruling from the Court of Appeals, which saw Samsung sending Apple a check for $399 million.The issue that Samsung has had with the amount they owed Apple for infringing on their patents, is the fact that they don’t believe that they should have to fork over all of the profits from the products that infringed, when the patents only covered components.
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Thanks to Supreme Court ruling, Apple v. Samsung patent suit is re-opened in the Court of Appeals
– Apple could have its award reduced following Supreme Court rulingLast month, the Supreme Court unanimously decided in favor of Samsung and overturned an Appeals Court ruling that resulted in Apple receiving $399 million from Samsung.Apple had originally been awarded $1 billion in August 2012 as the result of a jury deciding that Samsung had infringed on Apple’s patents.But over the years, the courts and even the judge had wacked away at the damages until Samsung wrote a check to Apple for $399 million.Still, Samsung continued to appeal the decision until the case was deemed worthy of a Supreme Court review.
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U.S. Court Of Appeals Officially Reopened Apple vs Samsung iPhone Design Lawsuit [VIDEO]
– On Thursday, the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit reopened a long-standing Apple vs Samsung patent lawsuit.The case originally started when Samsung was accused of imitating the iPhone’s design nearly six years ago.The u.s. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit officially reopened the patent lawsuit after the u.s. Supreme Court recommended it to stay open to figure out how much the South Korean tech giant would pay Apple Inc. in patent infringements, according to Law 360.