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Submitted by ammarmalik 740d ago | news

UK court orders Apple to pay Samsung's legal fees in full after 'false and misleading' notice

Groklaw: The UK Court Sanctions Apple, Hopes "Lack of Integrity" In Notice Incident Is Not "Typical" (Apple, Industry, Samsung)

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newsguy  +   741d ago
apple deserves it
jony_dols  +   740d ago
I used to have some respect Apple but I now I goddamn hate them.
mpctips  +   740d ago
The UK has been on top of this one from the beginning.
frjoethesecond  +   740d ago
Nice to see a court with enough bollocks and integrity to stand up to apple.
Kos-Mos  +   740d ago
It`s impossible to not hate apple unless you`re one of the mindless masses.
ArmrdChaos  +   740d ago
Need to see A LOT more of these type of rulings...not just with Apple.
How do you like them apples?
ammarmalik  +   739d ago
UK court has balls. I like balls.

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