Judge Annabelle Bennett is no stranger to Apple-Samsung litigation. She is the Federal Court of Australia.
Last week, there were reports about a United Kingdom (UK) court, ordering Apple publish a note on its website, acknowledging that Samsung did not copy the iPad while creating Galaxy Tab.
Quoting a Bloomberg report, Business Insider reported that a UK judge has ruled Apple must display on its UK website and in British newspapers a notice acknowledging that Samsung did not copy the design of the iPad with its Galaxy Tab 10.1.
Legal Battle between Apple and Samsung is getting little bit interesting. In a copyright infringement trial in California recently, it seems as if Apple has a much stronger position than many people might believe.
Apple cannot understand whether it should feel happy about the fact that iPad is “more cool” than Galaxy Tab, or should it feel bad that lost a lawsuit against Samsung.
Recently, Apple won a preliminary injunction banning US sales of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, a high-profile Android phone that was the lead device for Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich”. It was given away to attendees at last week’s Google I/O conference to show off the forthcoming Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean”. The ban followed a similar…
As reported by Reuters, a judge has blocked Samsung’s request for a lift of the recently placed injunction on the Galaxy Tab 10.1. This ruling is a blow to Samsung as it follows last week’s ruling in which an injunction was placed on the Android tablet.
Apple’s attempt to temporarily ban U.S. sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 is one step closer to fruition. The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit denied a request from Samsung to rehear the case.
Apple had gone to court, aiming to win a ban on the sales of Samsung Galaxy S III in US. However, disappointment followed Apple to court.
The legal disputes between Apple and Samsung did not have much impact on their business relations. They did some business together. However, two of the most prominent giants in their respective industry may be on a path to an improved and more cordial coexistence.