Samsung Trial

Apple Didn’t Infringe Samsung Patents, South Korean Court Rules

Apple has scored an important legal victory over Samsung: the Seoul Central District Court has dismissed a lawsuit claiming the iPhone maker's iPad 2, iPhone 4S, and iPhone 5 infringe three Samsung patents, throwing out the latter's $100 million damages claim, Reuters reports. The victory was celebrated by Apple, especially because the company has won...

Apple Seeking to Recover $15.7 Million in Legal Fees from Samsung

According to FOSS Patents, Apple is currently seeking to recover $15.7 million out of more than $60 million spent in attorneys' fees on the first California case, from Samsung. The case involves two trials i.e the original trial in August 2012 and a retrial in November 2013, resulting in a total damages award of more than $929...

iPhone Was A ‘Bet The Company’ Product, Says Phil Schiller

During the ongoing patents infringement retrial with Samsung, Apple’s head of marketing Phil Schiller stated in the court that the iPhone was a "bet the company” product, and that nowadays, "almost everyone" at Apple works on the device (via CNET). On taking the stand, Schiller introduced himself and talked briefly about his role at Apple, the development of the...