Judge Restricts Apple And Samsung’s Courtroom Time
Apple and Samsung never get sick of fighting each other in court. Both of them are bickering back and forth like an old married couple.
Like a parent intervening between two fighting kids, Judge Lucky Koh has finally stepped in between Samsung and Apple to lay down some rules. Koh has been frustrated with Apple and Samsung for quiet some time.
Judge Koh informed both legal teams that their arguments must be stripped down to the bare minimum. Koh offered each side the opportunity to present a maximum of 125 exhibits and 25 hours of argument time. According to Judge Paul Grewal, Koh will “not accept thousands of documents.”
Last year Koh had shot down Apple’s request to ban sales of the Galaxy Tab in the US, only to have Apple win an appeal overturning the ruling. In May, Judge Koh told lawyers from both parties that she would not have jurors endure “cruel and unusual punishment.”
If you think that Apple and Samsung will settle their differences soon, it does not seem to happen anytime soon. This battle has been dragged out for months already. It would not be a surprise if it continued on for a considerable amount of time.
Source: Cult Of Mac