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Apple is no longer seeking a permanent injunction in Samsung lawsuit
Apple recently dropped its cross-appeal of Judge Lucy Koh's final judgement in its 2012 Samsung patent trial.
| July 29
Following Calls From Plaintiffs, Judge Could Reject Apple's Anti-Poaching Settlement
It looks like U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh could reject the anti-poaching settlement put forward by Apple, Google, and two other companies.
| June 20
Forget Samsung: Jury Foreman Suggests Apple Should Sue Google, Instead
Should Apple go after Google for iOS-related patent damages?
| May 6
Jury Finds Samsung Guilty Of Infringing Apple's Patents, Awards $119.6 Million
Samsung must pay Apple at least $119.6 million, a jury has decided.
| May 3
Android Chief Claims Google Invented Key Features Before Apple
As part of Apple's ongoing trial against Samsung, an Android executive has claimed that his team never strived to "copy" the iPhone.
| April 12
Apple Has Experts Explain Its $2.2 Billion Damages Claim Against Samsung
Apple has called on the opinions of two expert economists in its ongoing trial against Samsung.
| April 9
Judge Gives The Go-Ahead For Class Action E-Books Suit Against Apple
Class action status has been granted to an e-books lawsuit against Apple.
| March 29
ZiiLABS Goes After Apple, Samsung For Infringing Its Graphics Patents
Both Apple and Samsung are being targeted in a new patent-related lawsuit.
| March 12
AppAdvice International: iOS 7.1, Canada, Belgium And More
This week we're talking iOS 7.1, Canada's iPhone trade-in program, Belgium, and more.
| March 11
Court Grants Apple's Call To Dismiss Bizarre Siri Lawsuit
One U.S. judge has just dismissed a long standing Siri-related misrepresentation lawsuit.
| February 15
Apple, Samsung Draw Up A Refined List Of Infringed Patents Ahead Of Trial
Apple and Samsung have narrowed down the lists of patents and products each is accusing the other of infringing.
| February 5
Apple Will Offer Full Refunds To Customers Claiming They Made Unauthorized In-App Purchases
Apple will reimburse consumers affected by confusion over in-app purchases.
Bryan M. Wolfe
| January 15
Following Appeal Refusal, Anti-Poaching Lawsuit Against Apple To Go Ahead
It looks like Apple, Adobe, Google, and Intel will be fighting off an anti-poaching lawsuit in court, after all.
| January 15
Patent Firm VirnetX Holding Corporation To Go After Apple's iPhone 5s, iPad Air
VirnetX Holding Corporation is going after Apple once again.
| January 15
Lawsuit Concerning iOS Location Tracking Thrown Out Of San Jose Court
Apple has fended off a lawsuit concerning location tracking in its iOS.
| November 28
Apple, Google And More Now Face Anti-Poaching Group Lawsuit
Apple has another lawsuit on its hands, this time concerning anti-poaching agreements dating back several years.
| October 26
The Final Season Of 'Breaking Bad' Results In Class-Action Lawsuit Against Apple
Has Apple made a grave mistake concerning its handling of the final season of "Breaking Bad?"
| September 9
Eligible iDevice Owners Now Receiving Emails For Liquid Damage Suit Payout
Apple has agreed to pay $53 million to legacy iDevice owners whose products were wrongly accused of housing working liquid damage indicators (LDIs).
| August 5
One iDevice Owner Is Suing Apple For Allowing Him To Access Porn
According to one iDevice owner, Apple resulted in invoking and fostering an unhealthy addiction to pornography that complicated his marriage.
| July 14
Apple To Pay iDevice Owners $53 Million Settlement For Faulty Moisture Sensors
Apple has agreed to pay legacy iDevice owners a total of $53 million due to "faulty" liquid contact indicators in certain iPhone and iPod touch models.
| May 29
Apple Sued For $5 Million Over iPhone 4's Faulty Power Button
One woman is suing Apple for a total of $5 million over an iPhone 4 power button fault.
| May 15
Apple Wins 'iBooks' Trademark Lawsuit, Will Continue To Use The Name
It looks like Apple's use of the "iBooks" name is safe ... for the time being.
| May 10
Apple Facing Lawsuit For Their Entire Library Of Touch Products
Company files suit against Apple for nearly every product they produce.
| April 21
Customer Now Suing Apple For $1,000,000 After Apple Store Door Breaks Her Nose
Though Apple's all-glass fronted retails stores include warning stickers, as part of a safety measure introduced last year, one customer - an 83 year old American grandmother called Evelyn Paswall - recently broke her nose, after a transparent Apple Store glass door caught her out. Discontent with the practicalities of all-glass store fronts, Paswell and her family have decided to sue Apple for $1,000,000.
| March 26