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When the United States Supreme Court decided Apple v. Samsung on December 6, 2016, some criticized the Court as “bailing out” Samsung, a company that critics know for copycat antics and exploding phones. The decision marked the latest in a series of battles between the two smartphone magnates regarding Samsung’s infringement of several Apple design patents. The Supreme Court considered only the validity of Apple’s $399 million damages award, not whether infringement occurred. Under Section 289 Continue Reading