Judge rejects Apple cure, may impose own penalties
Late Thursday, Judge Lucy Koh denied an Apple motion requesting the court declare the iPhone manufacturer the victor in the contentious smartphone patent trial currently underway in the US District Court of California. Apple's motion comes after Samsung appeared to have publicly defied the judge's order by publicly releasing excluded information that Apple allegedly copied Sony industrial design during the iPhone development process.
Samsung legal senior partner narrowly avoids censure
Day two of the highly-anticipated Apple versus Samsung smartphone trial in US District Court under Judge Lucy Koh has concluded. The day began with a juror being dismissed for financial reasons, leaving a bare minimum of seven men and two women on the jury (with no alternates currently available). Initial arguments were given by both parties, and limited testimony was heard by a handful of pro-Apple witnesses. The trial continues on Friday, August 3 in the California court.