How is the condition of battle between Samsung and Apple?

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We all know the battle between Samsung and Apple. But in what position are they now?

What is the main issue now?

Is it going to be negotiated soon?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #130726

How is the condition of battle between Samsung and Apple?

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Hi James,

Recent news is that, Samsung lawyer Christopher Stretch has recently violated court rules by pretending to be a friend of a Judge Breyer and thus allowing him and the members of the Samsung trial team into the Ceremonial courtroom.

Meanwhile, in a trial in Sydney, Samsung accused Apple that it had influenced the experts that are to take the witness stand.

As per the South Korean court, the verdict is to be moved on August 24.

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How is the condition of battle between Samsung and Apple?

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The case between Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. and Apple Inc. was the first of a sequence of lawsuits between Samsung Electronics and Apple Inc. which is associated with the design of tablet computers and Smartphones. Apple started suing Samsung in the spring of 2011 in patent infringement suits. While this is happening, Motorola Mobility and Apple were already engaged in a patent war on various fronts.

Apple and Samsung were taking proceedings on 19 ongoing cases by August 2011 in 9 different countries and by October, the legal disputes have extended to 10 countries. The 2 companies were still involved in over 50 lawsuits around the world by July 2012 with billions of dollars in damages claimed among them. As Apple won a ruling in the United States, it failed to do the same in 3 other countries.

Samsung won the rulings in Japan, South Korea, and the United Kingdom. Samsung won a limited ban from the United States International Trade Commission on June 4, 2013 on sales of specific Apple products after the commission had found out that Apple had violated a patent from Samsung. But this was barred by United States Trade Representative Michael Froman.

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