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Samsung avoids court sanctions for leaking secret Apple licensing agreement

30
Jan
2014

Samsung and Apples drawn-out legal battle has been so contentious that the two companies spent the last few months in court fighting over the events of the trial itself. In November, Judge Paul Grewal found that Samsungs legal team had likely violated a court order by distributing a legal report that contained confidential information from Apple and Nokia licensing agreements. On Wednesday, Grewal affirmed his earlier decision and ordered Samsung to pay Apple and Nokias court costs for the case, but he stopped short of imposing sanctions that would hit Samsung with more than merely monetary losses.

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