Apple Scores Another Win In Germany, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Not Allowed To Be Sold In Germany

Posted: Sep 9 2011, 6:54am CDT | by , in News | Apple

Apple scores another Win in Germany, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 not allowed to be sold in Germany

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German court upheld injunction that blocks Samsung from selling the Galaxy 10.1 in Germany

The legal battle between Apple and Samsung entered another round in Germany. Back in early August Apple scored a sales injunction against the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Germany. Reuters reports that this decision was now uphold in court in Duesseldorf. Samsung can not sell the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Germany. The work around for stores is apparently to source the Galaxy Tab 10.1 internationally.

Apple actually has sued Samsung in Germany not based on patent infringements, but on design copyrights. The German judge sides with Apple that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 looks very similar to the iPad.

Samsung has still the right to object the decision. Legal proceedings are really never ending. I think Apple needs Harvey Specter from Suits to cut to the chase.

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