Earlier yesterday, Koh said in court that she would rule bytomorrow on Samsung’s request to delay the ban on US sales ofthe Galaxy 10.1 tablet.
Apple is seeking a similar injunction barring Samsung from selling one of its smartphones in the United States.
The Galaxy Tab 10.1 was released more than a year ago and accounts for a small portion of Samsung’s mobile sales.
The South Korea based consumer electronics company has now filed an appeal with the US District Court for the Northern District of California in this case as well, according to FOSS Patents.
She changed her mind after the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit told Koh to take another look at Apple’s request for an injunction, ruling June 19 that it appeared the Cupertino based company had a strong case.
Samsungs appeal seeks to overturn the judges ruling, arguing that the ban is inconsistent with the Federal Circuits directive that market share losses must be substantial, and attributable directly to the infringing feature, rather than just sales of the infringing product, FOSS Patents writes.
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