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Here are the latest bits of news involving the never-ending Apple-Samsung legal battle.
"Magistrate Judge Paul Grewal of the US District Court of the Northern District of California ordered Samsung to pay $21,554 in legal fees to Apple, and Apple to pay $160,069 to Samsung over discovery violations in the smartphone patent suit concluded in August." -- "electronista" (http://macte.ch/Jn5Jp)
"A UK judge has slammed Apple’s “lack of integrity” over the way it has conducted itself after it was ordered to place a notice on its website informing users that Samsung was found not guilty of design patent infringement." -- "V3" (http://macte.ch/TvFyN)
"A foreman at the centre of the landmark Apple versus Samsung trial could soon be called back and quizzed about whether he 'concealed information.' The trial earlier this year left Samsung facing record damages of more than $1 billion for patent and design infringement relating to Apple’s iPhones and tablets.But now district judge Lucy Koh has confirmed she will re-examine the role of jury foreman Velvin Hogan who has emerged as someone who was himself sued by former employers Seagate – a company with whom Samsung has a strategic relationship." -- "GoMo News" (http://macte.ch/zKMZx)