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SAN JOSE — Samsung on Monday finished up the defense of their case.
SAN JOSE — Apple and Samsung are back for the third week of their software patent trial.
SAN JOSE — Apple presented evidence Monday related to software patents at issue.
SAN JOSE — Features like slide to unlock and autocorrect are at issue in the new trial.
Apple and rival Samsung will return to court next month after failing to agree on a settlement.
The chief executives of Apple and Samsung will attend a mediation session by mid-February.
Change appears to be on the horizon for the dysfunctional American patent system.
Thursday Samsung will continue to argue for $52.7 million in damages as Apple seeks $379.7 million.
A jury has been selected in the new Apple-Samsung damages trial, with opening arguments expected Wednesday morning.
Attorneys for Apple and Samsung argued Tuesday over what would be admissible at next week’s jury trial.
Should actual code be required for a software patent? You might be surprised to hear even experts don’t agree on the answer.
Apple scored a huge legal victory over Samsung, winning more than a billion dollars in damages against the Korean electronics giant.
The fate of the Apple-Samsung patent battle now rests with the jurors, who today began deliberations in the $2.75 billion case.
After a full week of witness testimony, Apple and Samsung rested their cases Friday in their patent infringement trial.
Apple-Samsung Judge Lucy Koh dropped the “smoking crack” card on Apple counsel Bill Lee.
Judge Lucy Koh on Wednesday called on the sparring companies’ CEOs to make one last attempt at settling their case before it goes to a jury.
A tablet mockup developed by a newspaper company in the 1990s took center stage Tuesday in the Apple-Samsung case.
After Apple called its final witness in its landmark smartphone legal battle, Samsung tried in vain to get the case dismissed.
Monday morning, Apple is set to finish its case and allow Samsung to present its defense.
After Monday’s detailed examination of industrial design, the Apple-Samsung trial changed focus Tuesday to user interface icons.
Monday’s testimony was dominated by tedious analysis of minute design details by an Apple expert witness.
Longtime Apple employee and Senior Vice President testified Friday about the marketing of Apple’s “hero” model.
Designer Chris Stringer — who has worked on every Apple product since 1995 — testified that Samsung’s copying “is offensive.”
A jury of seven men and three women are ready to hear arguments in the $2.5 billion Apple-Samsung smartphone trial.