Apple 's lawsuit with Samsung ctinues today with Apple using two expert witnesses to testify his behalf. The company turned to industrial designer Alan Ball and Macintosh ic designer Susan Kare to try to cvince the jury …
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powerful tools to keep competitors at bay or relatively limited in power ", as stated CNET . A key point is the term "article of manufacture".
The key point involves an old and abstract legal term, the "article of manufacture" that incorporates the patented design. A 2016 Supreme Court decisi opened the door to damage to the compents, not the entire phe
Apple relied yesterday Greg Joswiak and other executives to defend his positi this. These testimials helped to better understand the process of designing the iPhone and many other things.
Alan Ball began today by claiming that e of the patents in questi covered a black, rectangular and round frt end of an electric device. "Applies to the finished product." In his argument, he cited "whole smartphes" as manufactured items.
Meanwhile, Susan Kare – who played a pivotal role in designing the Macintosh software original – defended a patent describing a grid of colorful ics. "For me, no questi – in each case, the [patent] was applied to each of these phes finished – the …