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International LawApple vs Samsung- South KoreaMembersKamala SettalKawaljeet KaurAviinesh KumarAravind Ramesan
Apple Vs Samsung In Seoul, Samsung filed its lawsuit in April 2011 in the Central District Court citing five patent infringements. In late August 2012, a three-judge panel in Seoul Central District Court delivered a split decision, ruling that Applehad infringed upon two Samsung technology patents, while Samsungviolated oneof Apple's patents. The court awarded small damages to both companies and ordered a temporary sales halt of the infringing products in South Korea [The Seoul Central District Court ruling called for a partial ban on sales of products including iPads and smartphones from both companies, though the verdict did not affect the latest-generation phones — Apple's iPhone 4S or Samsung's Galaxy S3]; however, none of the banned products were the latest models of either Samsung or Apple. The court ruled that Samsung violated one of Apple's utility patents, over the so-called "bounce-back" effect in iOS, and that