Apple responds to the Department of Justice's antitrust lawsuit, Judge Posner gets a little snarky, and "somebody" is dragging Cupertino's two best patents back to court.
Will Cupertino's strategy against the DOJ work? Did Motorola really think Judge Posner would allow that? And who could it be that has such an interest in seeing Apple's patents tossed? Join us for another week of Law & Apple!
Apple won three significant courtroom battles against Samsung this past week in California and down in Florida, it seems Motorola's eyes were bigger than its stomach. Also, Cupertino lawyers have a prett-ay, prett-ay, prett-ay good week as they prep for some major upcoming U.S. lawsuits. Join us for another week of Law & Apple as we will lay the law happenings.
After two years of failed settlement talks and pre-trial motions, Oracle began its infringement and copyright lawsuit against Google this week in a U.S. District Court in San Francisco. You might be wondering what all the fuss is about, and how it could affect the future of Google's Android mobile operating system. But what you're missing out on is the potential impact this kind of lawsuit could have on Apple.
We broke down the situation to try to answer some of these questions, and even got a business expert to weigh in on the discussion. Read on for more.
Motorola -- and by Motorola we mean Google and the Android operating system -- now faces a serious threat in the looming trial against Apple set to begin this summer. And just in case that was not enough to keep the competition up at night, Apple hooked up with a former arch rival to double-team Motorola in Europe.
Temperatures are rising in the global patent wars, so let's get a "dun dun" going and check out the details in this week's Law & Apple.