A designer from Samsung Electronics Co. was forbidden by a federal judge from testifying in Apple Inc.’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) multibillion-dollar mobile device patent trial, which is going into its 3rd week.
An inventor of Samsung’s F700 phone, Hyong Shin Park, did not design any of the mobile devices that are the focus in the case and her the value of her testimony is limited in evaluating Apple’s “design patents in suit,” U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh stated in a ruling filed yesterday in federal court in San Jose, California.
This is the first trial that has gone before a federal jury in a war being waged on 4 continents for dominance in a smartphone market valued at $219.1 billion.
Apple Inc., based in Cupertino, California, sued the Suwon, South Korea- based Samsung in April 2011. Samsung was seeking to use Park’s testimony to set the functionality of the F700 design and to dispute allegations of copying or willfulness, Koh stated in her ruling.
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