Apple’s “Law and Order” Business Strategy Spells Doom for Rivals



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  1. TravellingNomad says:

    im just surprised that Jobs & Co. have not sued non-iphone users for breathing.

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  2. Peter says:

    The tone of the article seems as if Apple has already won its legal battles.

    However, it seems like the tide is slowly turning against Apple’s favor.

    The recent lawsuit throwing away a request by Apple regarding “Appstore” claims serves as a precedent in Samsung’s legal war against Apple. They were basing their claims as trademark infringement, the same trademark that they are accusing of Samsung of “copying”. Since no real evidence was given in the Appstore lawsuit ( at least no empirical data with numbers and such), the case was thrown out.

    Apple now has an even bigger hurddle than before thanks to that recent court opinion. You can bet that Samsung will be using that to their advantage. Also, Samsung’s filing with the ITC will generally be ruled much faster than the courts.

    Apple has more to lose in this lawsuit than Samsung does. Perhaps its time to sell some of those stocks of APPL now before a complete ban is established. Samsung is going for the jugular.

    Another key point is that Samsung holds more patents than Apple does. In fact, Samsung is the worlds second largest patent holder after IBM. All of Samsung’s claims, Apple needs in its mobile products to function.

    Most likely Apple will settle out of court and sign a cross licensing agreement (begrudgingly) with Samsung much to the jubilation of the Android fans.

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