Apple requests additional $707 million in damages, permanent US sales ban on 29 Samsung devices

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In a motion filed late Friday, Apple asked Judge Lucy Koh to add an additional $ 707 million to the $ 1.05 billion in damages awarded by a jury in last month’s ruling against Samsung. The company also requested a permanent ban on US sales of 26 Samsung smartphones and three of its tablets. Samsung, meanwhile, argued for a new trial and said that, “at a minimum,” the awarded damages should be reduced by $ 35 million.

In its motion, Apple requested an extra $ 400 million for design infringement, $ 135 million for infringement of its utility patents, $ 121 million in supplemental damages, and $ 50 million in prejudgment interest. The company also argued that Samsung willfully infringed upon its patents in an attempt to gain market share. “The…

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