U.S District Court Judge Lucy Koh has set new dates for the on-going Apple-Samsung patent trial. Earlier this year, Koh slashed the jury's $1.05 billion award to Apple by about $450 million, saying that the jury had miscalculated the actual damages in the case last August. Show More Summary
A judge on Friday cited strengths of a suit charging Silicon Valley giants with secretly agreeing not to "poach" each other's workers but shot down a request for broad class action status. US District Court Judge Lucy Koh reasoned that...Show More Summary
Legal maneuverings continue in the landmark court case between Apple and Samsung in the Northern District of California. In the latest development reported by FOSS Patents, Apple is questioning Judge Lucy Koh's decision to vacate $450...Show More Summary
U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh on Friday ruled that an Apple lawsuit against Samsung over Siri patents can continue, despite questioning whether or not the proceedings should be suspended until an appeal related to the Apple v. Samsung trial is completed.
In case you’ve missed it, there are currently two cases being heard by US District Judge Lucy Koh in the Apple v Samsung patent legal struggle. The first one, Apple won a $1.05 billion verdict last fall against Samsung, which Judge Koh pulled about $450 million off of, and then ordered a new damages trial. [...]Show More Summary
Nokia has filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Court of Appeals overseeing one of the Apple v. Samsung patent cases. In particular, Nokia condemns a decision made in December by District Court Judge Lucy Koh that denied Apple's request to ban certain infringing products from being sold in the U.S. Show More Summary
A judge cut $450 million from a $1 billion award to be paid by Samsung in a landmark patent lawsuit from Apple, saying a jury had wrongly calculated the damages. US District Judge Lucy Koh affirmed the remainder of the award, amounting to $598.9 million, in the patent infringement case, while denying Apple's request for a bigger penalty. Show More Summary
Judge Lucy Koh, the federal judge presiding over two Apple v. Samsung cases in the Northern District of California, has just entered an order striking (or, more precisely, vacating) $450,514,650 ($450 million) from a $1,049,343,540 ($1.05 billion) damages award determined by a jury in August 2012. Show More Summary
The long-running patent dispute between Apple and Samsung will keep on running. U.S. District Court judge Lucy Koh issued a ruling Friday ordering a retrial with respect to $450 million in damages, reducing the damages Samsung currently owes Apple to $598 million. Show More Summary
A federal judge today erased nearly half of the $1 billion in damages that a jury decided that Samsung should pay Apple in a high-profile trial over the smartphone and tablet computer patents. US District Court Judge Lucy Koh lowered the damages awarded to Apple by $450.5 million, saying...
Thanks to a ruling by U.S. District Judge Lucy H. Koh, Apple's win over Samsung was worth less than 60 percent of what the company thought it was. At least for now.
U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh knocked $450.5 million off of the patent infringement verdict Apple was awarded by a jury last summer.
According to a report from MSN News/MacRumors, US District Judge Lucy Koh has invalidated part of the $1 billion originally awarded to Apple in its case patent infringement case against Samsung back in August. The $1 billion verdict has been cut by $450 million, which leaves Apple with ‘just’ $598.9 million. US District Judge Lucy [...]
The seemingly never-ending legal battle between Samsung and Apple continues on course for a trial in 2014. U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh, who is presiding over the case, has told both parties they need to “focus and streamline” their cases. Koh has imposed limits to 25 patent claims and 25 products. “We’ll keep narrowing and [...]Show More Summary
U.S. District Judge Lucy H. Koh ordered Apple and Samsung to scale back their claims in the latest lawsuit between the two warring tech giants. Although their patent-infringement lawsuit case won’t go to trial until next year, all parties are gearing up for what could be another consequential showdown. Last year in their first patent-infringement [...]
U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh on Tuesday entered a ruling that found neither an Apple utility patent nor four design patents are invalid due to indefiniteness.
Judge Lucy Koh of the Northern District of California ruled late Tuesday that Samsung did not willfully infringe Apple’s design and utility patents in the Apple v. Samsung case. Koh reasserted that Samsung did in fact violate Apple’s intellectual property,...
U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh wants to see Google's Eric Schmidt, Apple's Tim Cook, and Intel's Paul Otellini in her office. She's ordered four hours with each CEO separately to question them about an alleged no-poaching agreement the three tech companies made. Show More Summary
US District Judge Lucy Koh has ordered Apple CEO Tim Cook to give a deposition in a lawsuit which alleges that technology companies–including Apple–violated antitrust laws by signing an agreement to refrain from recruiting each other’s employees. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of employees who claim that Google, Intel, Read more...
As reported by Bloomberg, Apple CEO Tim Cook has been ordered by U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh in San Jose to give a deposition related to an ongoing private lawsuit that claims Apple, Google, and others entered “no-poach” agreements. Cook isn’t the only executive named in yesterday’s order. Google Chairman Eric Schmidt will also be [...]