Judge Koh says, “Sorry Samsung, I can not do that”
Although there was no activity Thursday in court, Judge Lucy Koh unveiled a series of rulings that limit the types of evidence that Samsung can be used to argue that patents are invalid or not Apple violated.
In an order issued Koh containment that prevents something like Samsung can not use devices shown in the 1968 film “2001: A Space Odyssey” (2001: A Space Odyssey) as evidence of your case on Apple patents.
Samsung has been much criticized decision of the judge, arguing that it allows the jury has a right perspective of things. The company has been trying to provide evidence that Apple has been influenced by Sony and Samsung have products in development long before the iPhone output consisting of rectangular design with rounded edges and a touchscreen.
Having lost the legal battle in court, Samsung released a statement Tuesday, a move that angered Judge Koh and for which Apple is now seeking to punish South Korea.
As part of the judgment, Koh once again made it clear that Samsung can not use an iPhone designs inspired by Sony though, if allowed the use of an email from Apple that refers to Sony and Samsung said during his opening statement Tuesday.
In addition, Samsung will use a Compaq tablet and Fidler to argue that patents are invalid Apple, but not to prove that it did not infringe these patents.
The trial will resume tomorrow Friday with the return of Senior VP Phil Schiller to the witness stand. Schiller could witness a bit on Tuesday before the court to suspend activities.
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