U.S. Patent Office Says Apple’s Rubber Banding Patent Claim Is Valid

Bad news for Samsung.
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Apple Loses Bid for Galaxy Tab Ban in the Netherlands

According to Apple, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet infringes on the look and feel, or so-called “community design,” of its iPad. But according to the Supreme Court of the Netherlands, it does not. And in a Friday ruling, it dismissed Apple’s appeal for a preliminary injunction against the sale of the Galaxy Tab 10.1, saying its design rights are too limited in scope to justify such an action. Apple declined a request for comment.

Judge Koh Ends Ban on Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Although the preliminary injunction has been ended, a permanent ban on that tablet and other Samsung phones could be entered at a December hearing.
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Despite Verdict, Judge Koh Won’t Lift Galaxy Tab 10.1 Injunction — For Now

The judge overseeing the Apple-Samsung patent case says that it would be improper for her to lift the ban since the injunction is the subject of a pending appeal.
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Judge Koh Sets December 6 Hearing on Apple’s Request to Ban Several Samsung Phones

Samsung’s effort to have a separate ban on the Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be heard at a Sept. 20 hearing.
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With One Small Victory in Apple Case, Samsung Aims to Get Tablet Sales Ban Reversed

Sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 have been on hold since June, but Samsung may now be able to get that reversed, thanks to one of the few jury decisions that went its way.
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Samsung’s U.S. Tablet Revenue Less Than 5 Percent of Apple’s, Court Documents Show

Court documents paint a clear picture of U.S. tablet sales, and it’s not a pretty one for Samsung.
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Jury to Hear That Samsung Failed to Preserve Evidence in Apple Patent Suit

Not a great start for Samsung.
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Apple Motion to Ban U.S. Sales of Samsung Galaxy Tab Delayed

Apple’s bid to get a ban on sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet in the U.S. has been thwarted — for the time being. Late Monday, a district court judge declined to grant a ban on Samsung’s tablet, saying that it can’t do so prior to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington, D.C., issuing a mandate in the case. Once that has happened, Apple can renew its request, the judge said.

Apple Versus Samsung: Win Some, Lose Some

A victory and a defeat for Apple in its legal campaign against Samsung.
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Samsung to Apple: Victory Is Mine

Samsung Battles Galaxy Tab Ban in Germany

Apple Sues Motorola Over Xoom Design