Korean electronics giant Samsung said today that it has dropped injunction requests against Apple products all across Europe, including in the U.K., France, Italy, Germany, and the Netherlands.
Koh initially scheduled a hearing for Sept. 20 to hear injunction requests from Apple, following the iPhone maker’s massive win over Samsung on Friday. Now that hearing will be reserved for Samsung’s request to kill the preliminary injunction against the Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet, which was granted to Apple back in June.
Samsung isn’t letting Apple halt sales of its phones in the U.S. without a fight.
Following its decisive victory over Samsung on Friday, Apple today filed a notice with the San Jose court detailing the Samsung devices it wants to ban from sale in the U.S.
A country progressive in its stance on off-the-clock email is pushing for a far more antiquated policy when it comes to information-sharing by way of Twitter.
Samsung suffered yet another major blow in its patent battle against Apple today, as the Düsseldorf Regional Court in Germany upheld the preliminary injunction banning sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1, reports FOSS Patents.