Mueller reports, “Samsung filed letters from the San Francisco-based law firm of Taylor & Company sent on Apple’s behalf to downstream customers. Apparently, letters relating to the Galaxy Tab 10.1 went out on June 28, and letters concerning the Galaxy Nexus were sent on July 3 (before the injunction was stayed).”
“Samsung claims that ‘Apple’s menacing letters greatly overreach, incorrectly claiming that third-party retailers are subject to the prohibitions of the preliminary injunction, which they clearly are not,’ in Samsung’s opinion, ‘they are permitted to sell their existing inventory, even without a stay,’” Mueller reports. “However, both preliminary injunctions clearly relate not only to Samsung’s employees, agents etc. (including its subsidiaries and ‘partners’) but also to ‘those acting in concert with any of them.’”
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MacDailyNews Take: Aw, poor slavish copier. Good job, Apple legal!