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Apple v. Samsung (~2014-03-31)
Transcript of Apple v. Samsung (~2014-03-31)
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A TIMELINE OF THE BIGGEST FIGHT IN TECH
Aug. 2010: The warning
Apple warns Samsung it believes some Samsung phones and tablets infringe on Apple patents.
Oct. 2010: The failed meeting
Apple meets with Samsung to propose a licensing deal where Samsung would pay Apple up to $30 per phone an $40 per tablet. In comparison, six months earlier HTC agreed to pay Microsoft a reported $5 for every Android device sold. Samsung declines.
April 2011: The first lawsuit, and the countersuit
Aug. – Sept. 2011: Products pulled from shelves
Apple has sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 put on hold in Australia and secures an injunction on Galaxy Tab 10.1 sales in the EU
Nov. – Dec. 2011: 30 open lawsuits
More cases get filed. The fight now spans about 30 cases spanning North America, Asia, Europe, and Australia.
March – May 2012: Settlement talks begin (and fail)
July 2012: Apple publicly admits Samsung didn’t copy
A UK court orders Apple to post public notice that Samsung didn’t copy the iPad’s design — ostensibly because Samsung’s tablets just weren’t as cool.
August 2012: Apple’s $1 billion victory
After three days of deliberation the U.S. jury sides with Apple, awarding over $1 billion in damages and finding that 26 Samsung products infringed on both Apple software and design patents.
Apple quickly files a second U.S. lawsuit against Samsung, asserting 21 more devices released since August 2011
Oct. – Nov. 2012: Galaxy Nexus ban lifted
Dec. 2012: Apple’s patents called into question
The U.S. Patent of Trademark Office tentatively rejects all claims of Apple’s ’915 “pinch-to-zoom” patent
March 2013: Apple’s victory shrinks, retrial set
Judge Koh finds the U.S. jury calculated damages incorrectly, so she invalidates $450 million of the $1 billion awarded to Apple and orders a retrial to determine proper damages.
June 2013: ITC rules iPads infringe on Samsung patents
In a surprise win for Samsung, the U.S. International Trade Commission rules older iPhones and iPads should be barred in the United States for infringing on a standards-essential patent belonging to Samsung.
Aug. 2013: ITC ruling vetoed, ITC blocks older Samsung phones
The United States Trade Representative outright vetoes the June ITC ruling two days before going into effect.
A few days later, the ITC blocks some older Samsung phones from sale in the United States for violating two Apple patents.
Nov. 2013: Retrial starts, Apple seeks $379.8 million
Apple seeks $379.8 million; Samsung argues the amount should be $52 million. Judge Koh awards Apple $290 million in damages, bringing the Samsung’s total penalty in the first U.S. case down from $1.05 billion to $929 million.
March 2014: Samsung asked for $1 billion, immediately appeals
The $929 million judgement against Samsung in the first U.S. trial becomes official. The next day, Samsung files a formal appeal.
The second U.S. trial gets underway on March 31.
Apple seeks roughly $2 billion in damages. The second trial mostly concerns different patents and different products than the first trial. Unlike the first trial, Google may be a significant presence in the courtroom. Samsung claims four of the five patent claims against it are licensed from Google as part of Android.
SAMSUNG PAYS APPLE $1 BILLION SENDING 30 TRUCKS FULL OF 5 CENT COINS
Just a rumor &
unlikely to happen !