“Samsung just brought a motion for a court order to ‘to label joint exhibit devices in a manner not obscuring trade dress,'” Florian Mueller reports.

“Apple apparently has custody over those joint exhibit devices, most of which are Samsung devices,” Mueller reports. “According to Samsung’s representation, Apple just recently attached large exhibit labels to the backside of those devices. Samsung also showed an email from Michael Jacobs of Morrison & Foerster, in which he told Samsung’s counsel that Apple ‘will not agree to anything other than full exhibit labels’ and reiterated his belief that ‘[t]he jury will not be confused.'”

Mueller reports, “If you look at the pictures, you can see that Apple placed stickers only on regions that don’t contain any distinctive elements… Apple didn’t attach stickers that would hide any design element. Samsung’s motion uses the word “obscure” countless time, but where there is nothing, nothing can be obscured.”

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