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post #41 of 59
This judge is a total hack! All she needs to do is look at how Samsung went from an also ran in the space to the world's number one manufacturer AFTER they slavishly copied Apple's iPhone down to every little detail. This isn't rocket science.
post #42 of 59
Now I'm getting suspicious of the number of judgements this judge is either giving in Samsung's favour or reversing even though it has been clearly demonstrated that they have breached apples pattents! I am still looking to see of I can find a link yet. I know she did work for a law firm that dealt with technology pattents of this type and Samsung does feature in a few of the companies sited cases but I could not find any reference to whether the company was fighting for against Samsung. It just seems to me this judge has acted to draw out this battle by continually allowing appeals from the first court case that seemed fairly cut and dried and was over seen by a jury of peers who I think were selected to be able to understand the intricacies of the case.
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And a spelling Nazi as well... my my, do your talents ever end?

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Somewhere I suppose, though I have yet to suffer that end, happily. 😃

 



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My sister filed a restraining order against my wicked aunt. My aunt is a lady who poisoned my mother, nearly killing her, is constantly threatening us and abuses children.

My aunt appealed the restraining order.

Today during court the judge told my aunt to stop going to my sisters work and harassing her.

My aunts reply?
"NO. I'm NOT gonna stop going to her work she needs to find a new job!!"

The judge dismissed the restraining order.

WELCOME TO THE U.S. JUDICIAL SYSTEM.

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"NO. I'm NOT gonna stop going to her work she needs to find a new job!!"

The judge dismissed the restraining order.


That’s an appeal+a disbarring if I’ve ever seen one.

 

Also, buy a gun.

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WE NEED A NEW JUDGE. WHY IS SHE PRESIDING OVER EVERYTHING?


Because other judges in the district asked her to take the cases.

http://nyti.ms/1zM0b0Q

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Because other judges in the district asked her to take the cases.

 

I don’t see why that’s allowed. She cannot possibly be impartial to anyone with the number and scope of technology cases she has taken. Additionally, there’s a backlog being created here; it’ll be years upon years longer than it should take otherwise.

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post #49 of 59

Another deposit made in this Korean-American judge's Swiss bank account.

post #50 of 59
They should just let Judge Mathis take over. He'd knock this shit out in 30 minutes with commercials!
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Because other judges in the district asked her to take the cases.

http://nyti.ms/1zM0b0Q

 

Thanks a lot, former Gov. Schwarzenegger. (eyeroll)

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Demonstrating a "causal nexus" in events that are in the past like this would be well-nigh impossible. Maybe there needs to be some realistic expectations placed on companies like Apple --- guidelines in how they might establish what the court claims they should establish. Otherwise this is all a get out of jail free card for companies like Samsung.

And this is how it seems to be being used.
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Demonstrating a "causal nexus" in events that are in the past like this would be well-nigh impossible. Maybe there needs to be some realistic expectations placed on companies like Apple --- guidelines in how they might establish what the court claims they should establish. Otherwise this is all a get out of jail free card for companies like Samsung.

And this is how it seems to be being used.

Replace bad judges with ones who respect property rights and punish thieving scumbags and we'll be back on track.

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Replace bad judges with ones who respect property rights and punish thieving scumbags and we'll be back on track.

 

This conflicts with a lot of your past words about the government not interfering in things. It seems that only applies to things that you dislike. You also missed that her past injunction rulings have been overturned on appeal. Do you think any judge would continue to grant them without being absolutely sure?

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This conflicts with a lot of your past words about the government not interfering in things. It seems that only applies to things that you dislike. You also missed that her [URL=http:/2012/10/11/u-s-court-reverses-apples-injunction-on-samsung-galaxy-nexus/]past injunction rulings[/URL] have been overturned on appeal. Do you think any judge would continue to grant them without being absolutely sure?

It does not conflict with my past opinions. Property rights are fundamental and our rights are legally defensible, so a system of law is necessary for the protection of our rights. Where's the problem?

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It does not conflict with my past opinions. Property rights are fundamental and our rights are legally defensible, so a system of law is necessary for the protection of our rights. Where's the problem?

 

In that case I misinterpreted some of your earlier posts, but as I suggested above, I think Koh takes a lot of unnecessary flack. It's likely that an injunction would have been granted if she thought it would stick. It seems my previous link doesn't work. Here's a recap from 2012. Hyperlinks aren't working for me for whatever reason. theverge and 9to5mac posted articles in 2012. Just google US court reverses Apple’s injunction on Samsung Galaxy Nexus. I tried to link it, but clicking my own link brings me to the default appleinsider page.

post #57 of 59
Only somewhat related and I don't know what it might lead to but Nokia is forging a special relationship with Samsung and their mobile devices. Personally I think they'll form a strategic partnership at some point as there's clear benefits to both by doing so. Sammy has hardware and production strengths and Nokia still controls a heapin helpin of IP. MS might have bought rights to certain IP when they bought Nokia's hardware but actual IP ownership, licensing and enforcement behind it remained with Nokia. How they plan to make the most advantageous use of it is unknown. A formal partnership between Samsung and Nokia could be worrisome to competitors.
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Only somewhat related and I don't know what it might lead to but Nokia is forging a special relationship with Samsung and their mobile devices. Personally I think they'll form a strategic partnership at some point as there's clear benefits to both by doing so. Sammy has hardware and production strengths and Nokia still controls a heapin helpin of IP. MS might have bought rights to certain IP when they bought Nokia's hardware but actual IP ownership, licensing and enforcement behind it remained with Nokia. How they plan to make the most advantageous use of it is unknown. A formal partnership between Samsung and Nokia could be worrisome to competitors.

Source?

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Nokia is providing maps for Samsung. I don't know if he was referring to that or a greater level of collaboration.

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