Apple seeks US Samsung sales ban, $866m more in damages
Published on Sep 22, 2012 7:20 PM
SEOUL (REUTERS) - Apple has asked for a court order for a permanent United States (US) sales ban on Samsung Electronics products alleged to have violated its patents along with additional damages of US$707 million (S$866 million) on top of the billion-dollar verdict won by the iPhone maker last month.
Samsung has responded by asking for a new trial.
The world's top two smartphone makers are locked in patent battles in 10 countries as they vie for top spot in the lucrative, fast-growing market.
Apple scored a legal victory over Samsung in late August when a US jury found that the Korean firm had copied critical features of the iPhone and awarded the US firm $1.05 billion in damages.
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