Ruling Against Apple Sets Higher Bar for Patent Injunctions
The order denying Apple's bid for permanent injunctions against 26 Samsung products that a federal jury found violated Apple's patents applies a heightened standard that requires patent holders to show a direct link between lost market share and a specific infringing feature of a competitor's product.
By Vanessa Blum|December 20, 2012|Originally published on The Recorder
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There are two ways to read Monday’s court order denying Apple’s bid for permanent injunctions against 26 Samsung products a federal jury found violated Apple’s patents.
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