Samsung Asks Koh to Suspend Retrial After PTO Voids Key Patent

, The Recorder


The second day of jury deliberations brought another spat—but no verdict.

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    The DiamondTouch device developed by Mistubishi in 2001 was actually purchased by Quinn Emanuel and extensively demonstrated during the August 2012 trial, but the jury seemed to ignore that it was available for viewing and demonstration at Mitsubishi public spaces at that time. The mixing memory with desire meme is failing Apple but providing a wonderful insight into the challenges of representing prior art.

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