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Apple, Samsung spar over potential U.S. ban on smartphone sales

31
Jan
2014

By Dan Levine SAN JOSE, California (Reuters) – Samsung sought to defeat Apples bid for a permanent sales ban against some Samsung smartphones, arguing in court on Thursday that Apples request was an attempt to instill fear among telecom carriers and retailers that carry Samsungs products. At a hearing in federal court in San Jose, California, Samsung attorney Kathleen Sullivan told U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh that the injunction would give the iPhone maker an opening to come back to court quickly and argue that newer Samsung products should also be banned. An injunction would create fear and uncertainty for the carriers and retailers with whom Samsung has very important customer relationships, Sullivan said.

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