Samsung to pay Apple $930 million, case closed
Judge Lucy Koh, the presiding judge who is handling the Apple vs Samsung patent-infringement suit has awarded Apple a total of just under nine hundred and thirty US dollars for their troubles.
Samsung, who Apple sued in court for infringing on some of Apple patents back in 2012 was previously told to pay a huge ton of $1.05 billion to Apple; But then, the Koreans protested the rule and some of the fines were removed and others vacated to another sitting.
That sitting happened today and Samsung was ordered to pay Apple the $930 million for the total cost of copyright damages for the case that started in 2012 and even though Apple won the monies, the court has refused their request to ban the infringing products from Samsung.
Apple and Samsung were allowed to sort things out of court but the tables turned as both companies couldn’t resolve their differences.
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