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Samsung Vs. Apple -- The Patent Fight

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  • 1. Apple Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd. was the first of a series of ongoing lawsuits between Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics regarding the design of smartphones and tablet computers. Apple sued its component supplierSamsung, alleging in a 38-page federal complaint on April 15, 2011 in the United States District Court for the
  • 2. Northern District of California that several of Samsungs Android phones and tablets, including the Nexus S, Epic 4G, Galaxy S 4G, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab, infringed on Apple’s intellectual property: its patents, trademarks, user interface and style Samsung counter- sued Apple on April 22, 2011, filingfederal complaints in courts in Seoul , Tokyo and Mannheim, Germany, alleging Apple infringed Samsungs patents for mobile-communications technologies.
  • 3. The court awarded small damages to both companies and ordered a temporary sales halt of the infringing products in South Korea. Apple’s claims that Samsung copied the designs of the iPhone and iPad were denied.Samsungs complaint in Tokyo District Court cited twoinfringements. Apple has filed other patent suits in Japanagainst Samsung. Samsung has also sued Apple, claiming theiPhone and Ipad infringe on Samsung patents.On Friday, August 31, 2012, The Tokyo District Court ruled thatSamsung’s Galaxy smartphones and tablets did not violate anApple patent on technology that synchronizes music andvideos between devices and servers.
  • 4. US Veridict