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Actually it is very similar to a number of people who have been held in prison for months or years for murder even AFTER another person was convicted of the murder. The "logic" of the legal system is that just because someone is convicted of murder doesn't mean that another, obviously INNOCENT, man should be set free for the exact same crime.
What the judge is claiming is that she can't life the injunction because there is an appeal to a higher court. I find that highly suspect. While the appeal is in process, the court SHOULD be able to remove the injunction that THEY issued. If the Feds want to add their OWN injunction, they can. But to say that the lower court can't remove their own injunction is insane.

You should know by now Lucy Koh is under Apple's payroll, if you read the whole thread about the court fight, Koh did not allow samsung to do this and do that, and heavily in support of Apple.
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she said she can't right now, because Samsung appealed the matter to a different court. "Samsung’s pending appeal of the June 26 Preliminary Injunction deprives the Court of jurisdiction to dissolve the injunction until and unless the Federal Circuit returns jurisdiction to this Court,"

Samsung's lawyers' fault for appealing through a different court... what a bunch of morons.

That's what I got out of this article.
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I could care less... Screw Apple and Screw Samsung. Stupid devices that we don't really actually need and idiots suing for stupid reasons plus patent system taking it from behind by these two companies. Do I need to say more?
    
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US justice system at its best
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You should know by now Lucy Koh is under Apple's payroll, if you read the whole thread about the court fight, Koh did not allow samsung to do this and do that, and heavily in support of Apple.

this, she said samsung was infringing apple before the trial even started LOL..what a joke
 
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You should know by now Lucy Koh is under Apple's payroll, if you read the whole thread about the court fight, Koh did not allow samsung to do this and do that, and heavily in support of Apple.

Yes, I know, that is why I started off with as I did ...

Stupid obstinate judge is stupid.
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Originally Posted by 47 Knucklehead View Post

Actually it is very similar to a number of people who have been held in prison for months or years for murder even AFTER another person was convicted of the murder. The "logic" of the legal system is that just because someone is convicted of murder doesn't mean that another, obviously INNOCENT, man should be set free for the exact same crime.
What the judge is claiming is that she can't life the injunction because there is an appeal to a higher court. I find that highly suspect. While the appeal is in process, the court SHOULD be able to remove the injunction that THEY issued. If the Feds want to add their OWN injunction, they can. But to say that the lower court can't remove their own injunction is insane.

You should know by now Lucy Koh is under Apple's payroll, if you read the whole thread about the court fight, Koh did not allow samsung to do this and do that, and heavily in support of Apple.
Well no we didn't know that much... rolleyes.gif

inb4 Nope oO with his "proof" of Samsung bribery.
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Commonsense and efficiency don't belong in the same line as.....
....the court system
EDIT: Lets add "logic" to that statement as well

Exactly.
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People will go to whatever lengths they will to support samsung here, even if it means they come out looking stupid.
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If Koh's hands weren't tied, she would lift the ban immediately, it seems. "The Court agrees with Samsung that the sole basis for the June 26 Preliminary Injunction was the Court’s finding that Samsung likely infringed the D’889 Patent," she wrote. "The jury has found otherwise. Thus, the sole basis for the June 26 Preliminary Injunction no longer exists. Based on these facts alone, the Court at this time would dissolve the June 26 Preliminary Injunction if the Court had jurisdiction."

Samsungs lawyers are idiots and they clearly weren't expecting to *not lose*, otherwise they wouldn't have appealed it somewhere else. Deal with it.
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People will go to whatever lengths they will to support samsung here, even if it means they come out looking stupid.
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If Koh's hands weren't tied, she would lift the ban immediately, it seems. "The Court agrees with Samsung that the sole basis for the June 26 Preliminary Injunction was the Court’s finding that Samsung likely infringed the D’889 Patent," she wrote. "The jury has found otherwise. Thus, the sole basis for the June 26 Preliminary Injunction no longer exists. Based on these facts alone, the Court at this time would dissolve the June 26 Preliminary Injunction if the Court had jurisdiction."

Samsungs lawyers are idiots and they clearly weren't expecting to *not lose*, otherwise they wouldn't have appealed it somewhere else. Deal with it.
I must agree.

This is the first time I didn't read an article, and I missed vital information this time.
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