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Apple ordered to re-write its statement to Samsung

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Apple ordered to re-write its statement to Samsung

Apple has to re-write its statement to Samsung within 2 days and make clear that Samsung had not infringed the iPad’s registered design.

Samsung complained about the statement Apple had published earlier calling it “inaccurate” and “misleading”, as it did not comply with the orders from the UK court.

The previous statement reflected on other rulings in Germany and the US that had gone in the iPad-makers’ favor, which according to Samsung raised confusion among the consumers.

“This has received enormous publicity and has perpetuated confusion as to Samsung’s entitlement to market the Galaxy tablet computers in issue,” a Samsung lawyer said in a written statement to judges.

The judges said the purpose of the new order to Apple is not to have them “grovel”, but to remove “commercial uncertainty” surrounding Samsung’s products.

“A consumer might well think: ‘I had better not buy a Samsung – maybe it’s illegal and if I buy one it may not be supported’,” Sir Robin Jacob said.



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