Samsung Must Pay Apple $548M In Smartphone IP Row

Law360, San Francisco (September 18, 2015, 8:04 PM EDT) -- Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. must finally cough up $548 million for infringing several Apple Inc. patents related to the iPhone, the California federal judge overseeing the rivals' long-running patent war said on Friday, following an August order from the Federal Circuit.

U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh ruled from the bench in her San Jose courtroom on Friday, granting Apple's motion for partial final judgment in the case that Apple lodged against Samsung in 2011. The Federal Circuit last month turned aside Samsung's bid to delay implementation of an order that it pay Apple $548 million in damages while Samsung appeals...

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