Judge Lucy Koh To Be Reunited With Her Favorite Friends Again, Court Orders Her To Review Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Injunction

 

It looks as if Judge Lucy Koh isn’t quite finished yet in regards to the Apple vs. Samsung saga. If you recall, we mentioned that Samsung confirmed its intentions to appeal notable items such as the injunctions of its tablets— and it now appears that it has gotten its wish thanks to the U.S. courts. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently granted Samsung’s request to have the injunction of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 remanded in order for the trial court to re-consider Samsung’s motion to terminate the injunction. So what does all this mean? Well— while nothing is for sure, but this decision will allow Samsung to have additional time and present an effective argument highlighting why the injunction should be lifted since the jury did not find any type of tablet design patent infringement.

In essence, the Appeals Court is forcing Judge Koh to sit down for yet another day and hear why Samsung is right and Apple is wrong. Of course there’s a slim (or major) chance that Judge Koh probably won’t lift the injunction, but hey— anything can happen in this wacky world.

source: FOSS Patents


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  • Duncan Booth

    Not quite right, Samsung (and Apple) already fully briefed the judge on this matter so she doesn’t have to sit down with them at all. While she could ask both sides for further briefing equally she could just issue a ruling based on the existing briefings and her earlier ruling that she would have lifted the injunction except that she couldn’t while it was with the appeal court.

  • vikings football

    If koh doesn’t lift the injunction, then it is so obvious that koh has been/will always be in favor of apple no matter the evidence is

  • wm snyder

    This is invalid should not be the same judge! Or jury