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After Apple won $120 million in their patent lawsuit against Samsung, Samsung has now appealed Apple's victory and won. Samsung has also counter-sued and it was found that Apple violated a patent.
Apple must pay over half a billion dollars in damages in a ruling made on Wednesday by a US court. VirnetX, the company who owns the patents, has previously won cases with other big name companies.
Almost five years after the original complaint, Apple might get some money out of Samsung for alleged patent infringement. But Samsung seems to be in a much better position to contest the verdict.
Although the ruling between Apple and Samsung's case in the UK was made in June, the Court of Appeal review has now been finalized and reasons as to why Apple has lost have now surfaced.
Judge, Lucy Koh, who is leading the trial between Samsung and Apple over patent infringement, has stated that quotes from Steve Jobs must be left out of the court case, as they aren't of relevance.
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