“After being denied an en banc rehearing with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit over a prior decision that kept intact Apple’s multi-million dollar patent trial win, Samsung has voiced intent to argue the case in front of the Supreme Court,” Mikey Campbell reports for AppleInsider.
“The latest appeal has Samsung arguing against some $399 million worth of damages,” Campbell reports. “In its failed attempt at a CAFC rehearing, the Korean company argued that complex electronic devices, such as smartphones or tablets, contain ‘hundreds or thousands of different patented technologies,’ of which Apple’s asserted patents only cover minor features.”
Campbell reports, “The Supreme Court is Samsung’s last chance at relief, though acceptance of its petition is not guaranteed.”
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MacDailyNews Take: The U.S. Supreme Court should tell serial Apple IP thief Samsung in no uncertain terms to go pound sand.
People who buy Android phones and tablets reward thieves.
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