Samsung's business strategy is to copy Apple and after being sued, litigate down to what the courts with accept. it's a money maker if you don't loose Apple's $8 billion dollar screen business and customers don't boycott Samsung's products, not to mention being branded a cheap copy machine.
Samsung feels justified because Apple will bury their TV business when the Apple large screen TVs reach the market. But that rationale doesn't fly in the courts.
Bye Bye Samsuck.
eh? Apple hasn't won a single lawsuit against Samsung or, to be precise, Samsung's hardware design. The only ones held up in the courts in Dusseldorf and Australia are all based on Android specific features (eg, photo gallery, scrolling, etc).
Unfortunately Samsung is the fastest growing / largest smartphone maker in the world. You can't possibly boycott Samsung unless you are willing to boycott all electronic products from Apple, Dell, HP, Verizon, Sony, etc.. Samsung like it or not is everywhere. Your iPhone is already 25% Samsung (component and price wise).