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It was discovered Thursday that Samsung lawyer Susan Estrich represented the company in Apple v. Samsung despite not having the proper license to practice law in the suit’s jurisdiction of the Northern District of California, a mistake seen as yet another gaffe in the South Korean company’s case management.
A court document filed by Samsung on Thursday revealed the company’s smartphone and tablet sales numbers from June 2010 to June 2012, metrics that have been kept strictly confidential until now.
More photos of alleged next-generation iPhone parts hit the web early Thursday, showing sensors, buttons and covers destined for the device as well as what is thought to be the protective element used directly behind the expected 4-inch screen.
In a ruling issued late Thursday in the Apple v. Samsung trial, Judge Lucy Koh denied an Apple motion filed earlier in the day which requested the Court hand down sanctions against Samsung for providing excluded case evidence to the media.
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Allan Gropper on Thursday ruled Apple does not own two of eight disputed Kodak patents the once-dominant photography company plans to sell at auction this month.
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California Judge Lucy Koh issued an order on Thursday denying Samsung’s motion to use devices seen in the films “2001: A Space Odyssey” and “Tomorrow People” to invalidate Apple’s design patents.
Sharp’s new president announced on Thursday that his company will begin shipping displays for Apple’s next-generation iPhone this month.
Apple on Thursday won a reprieve on a court order requiring the company to post notices on all its EU websites as well as a number of print publications proclaiming Samsung’s Galaxy Tab does not infringe on iPad design patents.
Coming on the heels of an Apple-won EU-wide sales ban of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 7.7, a German court on Thursday ruled that the Galaxy Nexus smartphone and Galaxy Tab 10.1N do not infringe on the Cupertino-based company’s patents and are therefore not subject to a sales ban.