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Apple is trying to squeeze even more money from Samsung in patent suit

07
Dec
2013

Sorry, Samsung: It looks like that additional $290 million still isn’t enough for Apple. FOSS Patents notes that Apple filed a motion this week asking Samsung to pay an additional $15.7 million to help cover Apple’s legal expenses, which the company says totaled more than $60 million over the duration of the patent trial. Samsung is already on the hook for more than $929 million in its patent dispute with Apple so from that perspective another $15 million doesn’t seem like all that much. Having losing parties pay for their opponents’ legal expenses in patent cases isn’t the norm in the United States right now, although that could change if the Innovation Act that passed in the House of Representatives

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