In a decision released on Friday, U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh in San Jose, California said the five software engineers suing Apple Inc, Google Inc and five other companies have yet to show enough in common among the proposed class members to allow ... NewsRT.co.uk, 1 month ago
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Apple and Samsung each submitted a filing with the court on Monday in response to last month's request by Judge Lucy Koh for each company to narrow the focus of their claims for the 2014 patent trial between the two rivals. The sequel to last year's ...Phone Arena, 4 days ago Apple wants to add Galaxy S4 to U.S. lawsuit Korea Joongang Daily, 3 days ago Apple Seeks to Add Samsung Galaxy S4 to Infringement List (1) BusinessWeek, 4 days ago Apple Moves to Add Samsung Galaxy S4 to Patent Case Mac Observer, 4 days ago
this year US Judge Lucy Koh has set a new trial date to find whether $450.5m of damages awarded in favour of Apple by a jury to stand in the long running patent battle with its rival Samsung Electronics. The federal court also ordered that both the ...Computer Business Review, 2 weeks ago Judge Lucy Koh sets November date for renewed Apple vs Samsung patent battle Tech2, 2 weeks ago Apple vs Samsung: Judge sets new dates for trial Times of India, 2 weeks ago Judge Sets New Trial for Apple-Samsung Damages GigaLaw.com, 2 weeks ago
Back in March Judge Lucy Koh cut the amount of damages Apple was awarded in the company's legal battle with Samsung, and ordered a new trial to determine what happened to the balance. Now we have a date when that tussle will kick off: November 12th.The Verge, 2 weeks ago Judge Sets Scope for Apple-Samsung Damages Retrial Law.com, 2 weeks ago Koh Sets Scope for Apple-Samsung Damages Retrial Law.com, 2 weeks ago Apple, Samsung Damages Retrial Set for Nov 12 Silobreaker, 2 weeks ago
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The formidable US Judge Lucy Koh has paved the way for a massive class action law-suit against Intel, Apple, Google, Pixar, Adobe, LucasfilmElectronic Weekly, 1 month ago Apple, Google, Intel likely conspired to not poach workers, judge rules, but class-action needs work Individual.com, 1 month ago Tech workers can't jointly sue Apple, Google for cold calling deal ArsTechnica, 1 month ago
Customers suing Apple Inc. (AAPL) Scott Kamber, a lawyer for the customers, told U.S. District Judge Lucy H. Koh at a hearing today in San Jose, California, that he will seek the sanctions for misrepresentations made in the litigation before U.S.BusinessWeek, 1 month ago
Apple Samsung Damages Court Judge Lucy Koh on Monday set a new trial date to determine the proper damages due to Applein its ongoing patent battle withSamsung, Reuters reported. Koh determined that a new trial was needed because the jury had ...Yahoo! Canada, 2 weeks ago Samsung: we could end up owing Apple even more money MacTech Magazine, 1 month ago Law & Apple: New Hearing with Samsung; Maybe Jury Did it Wrong Mac Life, 2 weeks ago Apple and Samsung to do battle again this November as court sets date TechRadar.com, 2 weeks ago
Will be restricted to 13 Samsung devices US District Court Judge Lucy Koh has set a November 12th date for a trial to recalculate damages vacated from last year's initial, $1.05 billion Apple v. Samsung ruling, reports say. On March 1st, Koh issued ...Electronista, 2 weeks ago Judge sets the date for Patent Smackdown 2: The Damages The Register, 2 weeks ago Will Apple Vs. Samsung Round 2 Be a Re-Run? Silobreaker, 2 weeks ago
In March, California Judge Lucy Koh determined that the jury who awarded Apple Inc. a US$1.05 billion verdict over Samsung Electronics Co. in last year's epic patent infringement case, . Now, the two parties will go back to court to iron out the ...Market News Magazine, 2 weeks ago
Samsung rushed in to tell District Court Judge Lucy Koh the other day that the US Patent and Trademark Office had found a major claim in Apple's so-called Rubber-banding patent invalid (US Patent No. 7,469,381). The PTO said it wasn't novel based on ...Sys-Con Media, 1 month ago
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