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Apple cites ‘jihadist’ and ‘Vietnam’ insults as Samsung settlement hope fades

20
May
2014

Not even a day after a new report that Apple and Samsung had resumed settlement talks, lawyers from both sides have expressed difficulties with one another. As part of a court-mandated update from the pair, following the conclusion of their second major US trial earlier this month, lawyers from both companies said settlement talks had not only been a failure in the past, but were stymied by actions following the trial. Samsungs top lawyer called the protracted trial Apples Vietnam For Apple, that includes statements made by Samsungs lead attorney John Quinn, who referred to Apple as a jihadist and called the protracted trial Apples Vietnam in a pair of interviews. In a letter between the two law firms dated last week, Apples law firm WilmerHale expressed reservations about spending additional time on discussing settlement options based on those interviews.

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