If you are interested to find out the results of Apple’s injunction against Samsung’s products, then you might want to mark down December 6th on your calendar, as that is the date that a U.S. judge set to hear Apple request for a permanent injunction against Samsung Electronics’ smartphones (all 8 of them for starters), and between now and then, it might just delay the impact of Apple’s recent legal victory that saw Samsung have to fork out $1 billion in damages over to the fruity company.
Originally, a hearing concerning the preliminary injunctions had been scheduled for September 20th, although it remains to be determined whether the 8 device ban from Samsung will be addressed then, or will it be moved to the end of the year. U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh mentioned that the scope of Apple’s preliminary injunction request was large enough that it was deemed “appropriate” that various post-trial motions be consolidated.
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