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Apple to Samsung: Sorry We Called Your iPad Copy a Copy

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Leave it to Apple to transform a court-ordered apology into a rival-skewering piece of advertising. This morning, the company complied with a U.K. court mandate that it publicly recant allegations that Samsung copied the design of the iPad for its own Galaxy tablet. But it did so with a statement...
Apple to Samsung: Sorry We Called Your iPad Copy a Copy

Samsung wins against Apple in UK Galaxy Tab dispute

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Samsung has won against Apple in a UK intellectual property case over the design of the Galaxy Tab. Judge Colin Birss of the High Court of Justice has ruled that consumers are unlikely to confuse the Galaxy Tab and the iPad, going so far as to call former "not as...
Samsung wins against Apple in UK Galaxy Tab dispute

UK Court Wants To Limit Copyright Trolling... But Not Enough To Stop It Entirely

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Earlier this week there was a long and detailed ruling out of the UK's High Court of Justice, looking into the practice of copyright trolling (suing a bunch of alleged infringers based mainly on IP address info, where the real purpose is to send threatening letters to get people to...
UK Court Wants To Limit Copyright Trolling... But Not Enough To Stop It Entirely

Apple Wins Invalidation of Samsung 3G Patent in Germany

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Another Teutonic victory for Apple in the company’s interminable intellectual property battle with Samsung. Germany’s Federal Patent Court — the fantastically named Bundespatentgericht — this week ruled in Apple’s favor in yet another of the pair’s patent disputes. This one involved a mobile technology Samsung considers essential to the 3G...
Apple Wins Invalidation of Samsung 3G Patent in Germany

U.K. Court Judge Gives Apple 24 Hours To Remove/Replace "Incorrect" Web Notice On Samsung Galaxy Tab Ruling

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A U.K. Court of Appeal has ordered Apple to remove a statement on its website following a court ruling in which Apple lost an appeal against a ruling that Samsung’s Galaxy Tab tablets do not infringe the design of the iPad. The court had ordered Apple to post an acknowledgment of the...
U.K. Court Judge Gives Apple 24 Hours To Remove/Replace "Incorrect" Web Notice On Samsung Galaxy Tab Ruling
UK High Court rules three Apple patents invalid, vindicates HTC
Apple posts court-ordered 'Samsung didn't copy iPad' note (in confusing legalese)
After U.K. Court's Handslap, Apple Gets Less Cheeky In Samsung "Apology"

Apple Removes "Incorrect" Legal Statement From U.K. Website Following Court Order In iPad Vs Galaxy Tab Case

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Apple has pulled down a legal statement on its U.K. website, posted after it lost an appeal in a U.K. court against a ruling that Samsung’s Galaxy Tab tablets do not infringe the design of the iPad. It had been ordered to acknowledge the ruling in a public post. However yesterday, at another hearing...
Apple Removes "Incorrect" Legal Statement From U.K. Website Following Court Order In iPad Vs Galaxy Tab Case

Vringo sues ZTE in the UK using patents it recently acquired from Nokia

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Vringo, a publicly-listed technology company that is famous for “protecting” its intellectual property in the mobile space, today announced it has sued Chinese mobile giant ZTE in the UK for allegedly infringing patents covering cellular network technologies. The company says that it has filed a lawsuit in the UK High...
Vringo sues ZTE in the UK using patents it recently acquired from Nokia

Judge denies MPAA attempt to seize profits from copyright infringement

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A high court in the United Kingdom has ruled that a copyright owner does not have the right to claim profits from copyright infringement. "A copyright owner does not have a proprietary claim to the fruits of an infringement of copyright. I shall not, therefore, grant proprietary injunctions," wrote...
Judge denies MPAA attempt to seize profits from copyright infringement
UK Judge says Galaxy Tab does not infringe on the iPad, design 'not as cool'

Apple Posts Notice to UK Site Acknowledging that Samsung Did Not Infringe on iPad Design Because "They are not as cool"

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As instructed by a UK court, Apple has posted a small link in the footer of Apple.com/uk. The notice acknowledges the judgement that Samsung had not infringed on the iPad design with their Galaxy Tab. The text of the notice starts:On 9th July 2012 the High Court of Justice...
Apple Posts Notice to UK Site Acknowledging that Samsung Did Not Infringe on iPad Design Because "They are not as cool"

German court doubts that Android infringes Apple's touch event model patent

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On Friday (July 6, 2012), the Mannheim Regional Court held two trials involving Apple's touch event model patent (EP2098948). In the first one, the defendant was Google subsidiary Motorola Mobility; in the second one, the defendant was Samsung. There had already been an Apple v. Samsung trial over this patent...
German court doubts that Android infringes Apple's touch event model patent
Apple loses UK Galaxy Tab design appeal, ordered to run public apology

Apple on UK website: Samsung didn't copy the iPad...because "they are not as cool" as us

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This really is quite something. Apple has issued an ‘apology’ to Samsung, after a UK court ruled in favour of Samsung in Apple’s appeal for its intellectual property case against the Galaxy Tab, and boy is it interesting reading. Following the court’s order that it make its apology visible both...
Apple on UK website: Samsung didn't copy the iPad...because "they are not as cool" as us

UK High Court clears HTC of infringement of four Apple patents -- business as usual

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The British legal interpretation of Independence Day is... different.Today the London-based High Court of Justice showed once again why it's the most defendant-friendly patent court in the world and ruled on four Apple patents, finding that none of the four patents-in-suit is both valid and infringed by HTC. According to...
UK High Court clears HTC of infringement of four Apple patents -- business as usual
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