UK Judge Ruled Apple Must Publicly State Samsung Didn’t Copy iPad


Bloomberg reports that UK judge Colin Briss has ordered Apple to publicly state in British newspapers and on its UK website that Samsung didn’t copy the iPad design with its Galaxy Tab 10.1. The notice should be posted on the company’s UK website for six months. Previously the UK court ruled that Samsung’s Galaxy Tab didn’t copy iPad design, with the judge noting that the Galaxy Tab is “not as cool” as Apple’s tablet.

Apple’s lawyer Richard Hacon said that the court order means that Apple will have to advertise Samsung on its website, which is detrimental to the company.

Also Samsung had asked the court to bar Apple from publicly stating that Samsung had copied iPad design with the Galaxy Tab, however UK judge ruled that Apple has a right to make such statements in line with its belief that the court decision is incorrect.

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Wednesday, July 18, 2012. 23:58

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