Apple Dealt Blow In US Patent Battle As Samsung Smartphone Injunction Is Denied
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March 7, 2014

Via The Inquirer:

GADGET DESIGNER Apple has been dealt a blow in its ongoing patent battle with Samsung, with a US federal judge denying the iPhone maker a ban on Samsung smartphones in the US.

In her ruling on Thursday, US District Court Judge Lucy Koh denied Apple's request for a ban on a handful of Samsung smartphones, saying that the firm had failed to present enough evidence that its patented features were a significant enough driver of consumer demand to warrant an injunction.

Judge Koh wrote in her ruling on Thursday, as reported by Reuters, "The Court concludes that Apple simply has not met its b...

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