/// Judge Says Samsung’s Infringement of Apple Patents Not Willful, But Denies Bid For New Trial

January 30, 2013  |  All Things Digital


The judge overseeing the Apple-Samsung case in San Jose denied Apple’s contention that Samsung’s infringement of its patents was willful, but at the same time she also rejected Samsung’s bid for a new trial. Judge Lucy Koh said that jury’s $1 billion verdict was supported by the evidence, adding that “the trial was fairly conducted, with uniform time limits and rules of evidence applied to both sides.” “A new trial,” Koh wrote in the ruling, “would be contrary to the interests of justice.” Both sides are likely to appeal various parts of the verdict with some appeals in the case already filed. For those that want to read the whole ruling, The Verge has posted a PDF .

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Judge Says Samsung’s Infringement of Apple Patents Not Willful, But Denies Bid For New Trial

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