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Mixed verdict in Samsung-Apple patent trial

03
May
2014

Jurors late Friday ordered Samsung to pay just a fraction of the big-money damages sought by Apple in a high-stakes Silicon Valley case over smartphone patents. The jury in federal court in California found that Samsung violated some patents and ruled that the South Korean consumer electronics giant should pay $119.6 million in damages. Jurors also found credence in counterclaims by Samsung and said Apple should pay its rival $158,400 in damages. In a statement released to US media, Apple portrayed the verdict as a victory that reinforces what courts around the world have already found: that Samsung wilfully stole our ideas and copied our products.

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