Apple deny request to add the Galaxy S4 lawsuit against Samsung in the U.S.. UU.
After last year’s Demand for Apple against Samsung – in which Judge Lucy Koh ruled that the Korean company infringed Apple patents and sentenced to pay a fine of U.S. $ 1,051 million, which was subsequently reduced to U.S. $ 639.4 million – the Cupertino company is facing back to Samsung for integrating phones that were not in the first lawsuit.
This is because the first lawsuit did not include the iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S III, so now it is making another trial (Apple Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co., 12-cv-630) between technology companies.
The magistrate judge – whose role is to assist the judge in the case – Paul S. Grewal received a request from Apple to integrate demand to Samsung Galaxy S4 in the list of products ensures that infringed its patents.
Finally, Magistrate Judge Grewal denied Apple its request to join the Galaxy S4 demand add another product because the case is “a tax to the budget of the court”, stating that “each time they appear in a Court will consume a considerable amount of time and energy, which takes dedication to other cases requiring the attention of the court. “
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