Dec 05, 2013 - 05:15 PM EST — AAPL: 567.901 (+2.901, +0.51%) | NASDAQ: 4033.165 (-4.836, -0.12%)
“On Thursday evening local time, Judge Lucy Koh, the federal judge presiding over two Apple v. Samsung lawsuits in the Northern District of California, entered a case management order that summarizes her rulings at a case management conference held on Wednesday and confirms that the limited damages retrial scheduled for November will go ahead as planned,” Florian Müller reports for FOSS Patents.
“The order, which refers to the reasons stated on the record (but does not elaborate on them in any way), denies two Samsung motions designed to throw a monkey wrench or two into the works of Apple’s pursuit of actual, enforceable remedies for infringement,” Müller writes. “It appears to me that Judge Koh agrees with Apple that ‘[t]his case is within striking distance of a true final judgment,’ which will come down after the retrial.”
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