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Apple versus Samsung patent damages retrial slated to start May 14

The Apple v. Samsung patent damages retrial will begin May 14 and run for five days, U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh has ruled, agreeing with a timeline proposed by both parties.

“I would prefer to not keep doing this until I retire,” says judge, as Apple & Samsung head back to court

4 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

District Court Judge Lucy Koh has told Apple and Samsung that she would like to see a final end to the five-year legal battle over patent infringements by the Korean company. I would prefer to not keep doing this until I retire. I would like this to be some closure for all of us. She made the comment as she set a date for what is expected to be a five day hearing … more…

Senate Judiciary Committee Acts on Judge Lucy Koh's 9th Cir. Nomination

Judge Lucy Koh won't be asking attorneys if they're smoking crack from her seat on the District Court of the Northern District of California much longer. That's because Judge Koh is on her way up -- up to the Ninth Circuit. Koh, who has been one of the most......

Farmers Insurance will pay a high price for discriminating against its female attorneys

Federal District Judge Lucy Koh had some very picky questions Thursday about terminology used in a multimillion-dollar settlement hammered out between Farmers Insurance and the hundreds of female attorneys it has underpaid for years. I wasn’t expecting fireworks, exactly, but I thought things would...

Will Judge Lucy 'You Must Be Smoking Crack' Koh Join the 9th Cir?

The Ninth Circuit may soon be getting a new judge and it is likely to be Northern District of California Judge Lucy Koh, the San Jose Mercury News reports. Judge Koh, who we once dubbed the "most powerful woman in Silicon Valley," is best known for presiding over the......

Morning Wrap: Lucy Koh for the Ninth Circuit | Oyez's Uncertain Future

U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh is expected to be nominated to the Ninth Circuit. The Supreme Court-focused site Oyez faces an uncertain future. And a federal judge has challenged the Obama administration's Iran-U.S. prisoner swap. This is a roundup from ALM and other publications.       

Judge Bans Older Samsung Smartphones

Samsung has been commanded to stop selling several older smartphones after a new court ruling in California. U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh granted Apple's petition to block the sale of certain handsets that were found to violate some of Apple's patents. Show More Summary

Judge Tosses iMessage Lawsuit

Apple will not have to face a lawsuit over its iMessage service because the case was dismissed by U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh. Several consumers sued Apple in 2014, claiming that Apple prevented text messages from reaching Android phones once people switched away from an iPhone. Show More Summary

Judge Dismisses Android-Switching iMessage Lawsuit Against Apple

U.S. District Judge Lucy H. Koh has dismissed [PDF] a lawsuit against Apple over a long-standing issue that prevented some former iPhone owners who switched to Android smartphones from receiving text messages from other iOS users, as...Show More Summary

Lawsuit against Apple for undelivered texts to Android phones now completely dismissed

2 years agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Back in August, U.S. District Judge Lucy H. Koh threw out a class action lawsuit against Apple from former iPhone users complaining that text messages were no longer delivered when they ported their number to an Android phone. The lawsuit alleged that Apple was guilty of “interference” with their messages. That wasn’t quite the end of it, however. […]

A new ruling just gave Apple a legal edge that could force Samsung to change its products

A Federal Court of Appeals issued a ruling today stating that gives Apple a leg up against Samsung in the companies' long-running smartphone legal competition. The court ruled in a 2-1 decision that District Judge Lucy H. Koh shouldShow More Summary

Apple, Google, Other Silicon Valley Tech Giants Ordered To Pay $415M In No-Poaching Suit

United States District Judge Lucy Koh today approved a $415 million settlement in the Silicon Valley no-poaching case. The dollar figure comes after a previous $324 million settlement was rejected as being too low. More than 64,000 workers are part of the case. Show More Summary

Apple, Google, others settle anti-poaching lawsuit for $415 million

2 years agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh has approved the settlement, which is $90.5 million more than a previous offer she rejected last year.

News: Retrial for damages in Apple patent case set for March or April

2 years agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

A retrial to set damages in Apple’s long-standing patent dispute with Samsung is set for March or April of next year, Apple Insider reports. U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh set the timeline after getting an official mandate from the...Show More Summary

Rough date set for round five of Apple v. Samsung patent trial, to (maybe) finalize damages

2 years agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

A rough date has been set for round five of the battle over Samsung’s infringements of Apple patents in five of its products. The Recorder reports that U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh has said that the revised damages will be determined by a jury trial in March or April 2016. In case you need a refresher, the […]

Judge dismisses lawsuit over iMessage bug that caused undelivered texts to Android switchers

3 years agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

U.S. District Judge Lucy H. Koh today decided to stop a group lawsuit against Apple over undelivered text messages caused by an iMessage bug, Bloomberg reports. The issue drew a lot of attention last year when the bug with Apple’s messaging system caused former iPhone users that switched to Android to discover text messages were not being properly […]

Morning Wrap: Get a Warrant | Insider-Trading Petition | The Sound of Music Near Skadden

Lucy Koh, a California federal district judge, says the feds need a warrant to acquire historical cell phone location information from service providers. The U.S. Department of Justice wants the high court to toss a Second Circuit ruling that restricts insider-trading cases. And a street band in downtown is ruffling a few feathers in nearby... Read the whole entry... »       

Business Briefing: Higher Settlement Is Closer in Silicon Valley Hiring Case

Judge Lucy H. Koh of Federal District Court in San Jose, Calif., rejected an earlier offer of $324.5 million for the workers affected by the case.

News: Apple, others likely to reach $415M settlement in poaching lawsuit

3 years agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

A U.S. judge appears ready to accept a $415 million offer to settle a lawsuit accusing Apple and three other Silicon Valley companies of conspiring to keep employee wages low, Reuters reports. U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh rejected an earlier $324 million offer as too low after one of the plaintiffs objected. Show More Summary

Apple-Google Anti-Poaching Lawsuit Nears $415 Million Settlement

U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh in a San Jose, California courtroom on Monday raised no objections about a $415 million settlement that would end an ongoing anti-poaching class-action lawsuit involving Apple, Google and other large tech companies. Show More Summary

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