US appeals court rules Apple can pursue injunction versus Samsung

“A federal appeals court on Monday ruled that a district court in California must review its decision to deny Apple Inc’s request that the sale of some Samsung Electronics Co Ltd tablets and smartphones be banned because they infringe Apple patents,” Reuters reports.

Reuters reports, “The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit said that the lower court [Judge Lucy Koh] abused its discretion in denying the injunction with respect to utility patents and asked it to reconsider.”

Full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Another year wasted.

Justice delayed is justice denied.

Great job, Lucy. You and that twit Denise should have a Tupperware party.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Arline M.” and “Sid” for the heads up.]

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14 Comments

  1. No matter what happens, it is a too little too late. Apple was screwed over and nothing can be done to remedy that fact. As I continue to say, there is no justice, only the illusion.

    1. If there is nothing for Apple to gain and nothing for Samdung to lose why do you think Samdung is fighting it? Why do you think Apple is fighting it? This is a fight for the FUTURE, not the past.

      Convict them on everything you can NOW. Then it will be easier and faster to convict then on similar stuff on the future.

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