Monthly Archives: July 2012

Apple-Samsung jury seated and ready to go

Originally posted on SFBay SAN JOSE — A jury of seven men and three women was seated Monday in the Apple-Samsung smartphone patent trial, clearing the way for arguments to begin Tuesday in the $2.5 billion landmark federal case.

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Judge Prepares Apple and Samsung for Trial

Tuesday morning in a downtown San Jose courtroom Judge Lucy Koh held the second to last pretrial conference for Apple and Samsung’s case. Apple sued Samsung for infringing patents and trademarks associated with the design of Apple’s tablet. Apple is … Continue reading

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Week in IP: July 15-July 21

This week I tried to keep better track of the intellectual property news as it happened. I will take the opportunity to direct readers to the article I wrote on the Apple v. Samsung case. You can also read the … Continue reading

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Judge Takes Hard Line in Smartphone Feud

Note: This is a reprint of an article I submitted to SFBay about yesterday’s Apple v. Samsung hearing. For the original article visit SFBay’s site. I may post a longer account of the pretrial conference later. With a landmark trial … Continue reading

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Week in IP: July 8 – July 14, 2012

Last week I talked about the intellectual property stories I encountered last week. I intend the recap to be a regular feature, so I now present another weeks worth of news, some of which I mentioned in Twitter posts. It’s … Continue reading

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