/// Judge Koh Ends Ban on Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
A federal judge on Monday ended a sales ban on the Samsung Galaxy 10.1. Judge Lucy Koh had issued the injunction in June based on the likelihood that a jury would find that a specific Apple design patent had been infringed. Although the jury largely sided with Apple in the case and awarded more than $1 billion in damages , the jury didn’t find Samsung’s tablet infringed on that particular product. “The Court agrees with Samsung that the sole basis for the June 26 Preliminary Injunction was the Court’s finding that Samsung likely infringed the D’889 Patent,” Koh said in her ruling. “The jury has found otherwise.
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Judge Koh Ends Ban on Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
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