(Credit: robpegoraro) In her ruling on Thursday, US District Court Judge Lucy Koh denied Apple's request for a ban on a handful of Samsung smartphones.
U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh on Thursday delivered her final judgement on the damages awarded to Apple in its huge 2012 victory over Samsung. The final damages don’t match the initial figure Apple sought, but at $930 million the judgement still represents a huge blow for Samsung. Show More Summary
This is the song that never ends. Judge Lucy Koh of the Norther District of California, presiding over two separate patent cases between Apple and Samsung, yesterday issued a summary ruling against Samsung. The ruling declared that Samsung was infringing on one of Apple's patents involving autocomplete on a keyboard. Show More Summary
U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh on Tuesday entered a partial summary judgment for the upcoming Apple v. Samsung trial, finding Samsung to infringe on one Apple patent, while invalidating another belonging to the Korean company.
If there’s anyone who deserves a nice Christmas gift basket from Apple this year, it’s probably U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh. The judge presided over Apple’s patent suit against Samsung in which Apple was awarded damages that total nearly...Show More Summary
Welcome to this morning's edition of First To Know, a Mashable series that keeps you updated on the latest in the digital world. Here are today's top headlines: U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh dismissed a consumer-privacy lawsuit against Apple, Google finally brought back embeddable maps, and in other Apple news, the Cupertino, Calif. Show More Summary
U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh has dismissed a privacy lawsuit against Apple alleging that the company was collecting location data through iPhones and iPads even when the devices' geo-location data was turned off, reports Reuters. Koh...Show More Summary
In a late court filing on Monday, California District Court Judge Lucy Koh denied Samsung's motion to stay the Apple v. Samsung damages retrial, saying the most efficient way to proceed is to deliver the jury's $290 million ruling ahead of a probable appeal.
Last year, US District Court Judge Lucy Koh ruled that Samsung owed Apple $1.05 billion, after a jury determined that the South Korean company infringed five of Apple’s patents. But that amount was soon reduced to $600 million after it … Continue reading ?
Continuing the Apple v. Samsung retrial, U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh on Friday axed four patents-in-suit from the proceedings worth about $114 million, while Apple's Phil Schiller further explained how his company was harmed by Samsung's copycat devices.
U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh ruled yesterday that Apple, Google and several other large tech companies will face a trial over "no solicitation" agreements that prevented the companies from attempting to hire away each others' employees,...Show More Summary
On Thursday, U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh (who also presided over the Apple v. Samsung patent dispute) refused to dismiss a series of class-action lawsuits against Google, which allege that the company's email scanning practices violate wiretapping laws. Google scans the emails of its users for a variety of......
A federal judge ruled Thursday that Google may be violating wiretap law when it scans the e-mails of non-Gmail users, allowing a lawsuit against the company to move forward. In her ruling, Judge Lucy Koh of the Northern District Court...Show More Summary
Google's Gmail automatic keyword scanning might violate laws in the United States against wiretapping, a federal judge ruled on Thursday. U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh said that by automatically scanning Gmail users' emails to provide...Show More Summary
Samsung had filed a motion in July requesting a new trial for Apple’s bounce-back patent and yesterday, US District Judge Lucy Koh denied Samsung’s motion for the new trial. The bounce-back feature was a rubber-band-like animation that occured when a user scrolled at the end of the page. Show More Summary
Apple and Samsung are heading back to the courtroom next month, per Apple’s latest appeal. In late 2012, U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh infamously rejected Apple’s request for a permanent sales ban on several Samsung devices, the only setback in the iDevice maker’s huge jury trial win. Although the court ruled in favor of [...]
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.