Samsung is arguing that it shouldn’t have to give up all its profit from the sale of phones that copy only part of the look of an Apple iPhone.
Apple and Samsung Electronics will battle at the Supreme Court on Tuesday over $399 million—and a legal issue that dates back more than a century before smartphones were invented.
In hearing initial arguments from Apple and Samsung, justices for the U.S. Supreme Court hinted at some willingness to consider Samsung's position as it fights for reduced damages in a case over infringed iPhone design patents.
U.S. Supreme Court justices appear to be confused over how much Apple’s patented iPhone design should worth. Lawyers for Apple and Samsung faced off this morning at the nation’s highest court. The two sides argued whether breaking a...
The Supreme Court is raising serious doubts about a $399 million judgment against smartphone maker Samsung for illegally copying parts of the patented design of Apple's iPhone. Justices hearing arguments … Click to Continue »