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Apple-Samsung Closing Arguments Delivered

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Apple-Samsung Closing Arguments Delivered

Closing arguments were delivered at trial between Apple and Samsung in a federal court in San Jose, California. The jury will begin deliberating on Wednesday.

Apple lawyer Harold McElhinny told the jury in his closing argument on Tuesday that Samsung has copied and incorporated the result of Apple’s four-year investment in hard work and ingenuity.

His counterpart, Samsung’s lawyer Charles Verhoeven, told the jury that Apple is seeking a competitive edge in the courtroom rather than competing in the marketplace.

“(Apple thinks) it’s entitled to having a monopoly on a rounded rectangle with a large screen. It’s amazing really.”

The two technology giants, Apple and Samung, are embroiled in legal battles all over the world.

Apple alleged Samsung for copying Apple designs and is asking for more than USD 2.5bn in damages from Samsung for violating its patented designs and features in the iPad and iPhone. It is also asking for a sales ban.

Samsung, in return, sued Apple for infringing its patents for key wireless technology.

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