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Samsung v. Apple (2011, Germany)

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This is one of the cases from the Samsung v. Apple lawsuits worldwide overview.

Samsung accused Apple, in April 2011, of violating three patents:[1] [2]

  • EP1,005,726
  • EP1,114,528
  • EP1,188,269

Apple countersued Samsung, in June 2011, for violation of six patents. In February 2012, a German court rejected Apple's case.[3]

And Apple filed a second countersuit in January 2012.

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About the January 2012 case regarding 10 of Samsung's phones, such as the Galaxy S II:

[edit] References

  1. http://www.eplawpatentblog.com/2011/December/2011-12-08_TGI_Paris_Samsung_c_Apple.pdf
  2. http://www.eplawpatentblog.com/2011/December/2011-12-08_TGI_Paris_Samsung_Apple_translation%284%29.pdf
  3. http://apple.slashdot.org/story/12/02/03/0324204/apple-loses-german-court-bid-to-ban-samsung-galaxy-tab-101n-nexus-phone

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