Apple Wants More Samsung Damages

    This June 19, 2012 photo shows Samsung’s new Galaxy S III phone, left, next to an iPhone 4S in New York. The Galaxy S III, which looks and feels like an oversized iPhone, is available next week. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

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    Apple has asked to be awarded an additional $535 million in its patent case against Samsung. Apple sued Samsung in April 2011, suggesting that the company had copied its smartphones, and a jury in August found that Samsung infringed six of Apple’s phone patents. At the time, Apple was awarded more than $1.05 billion against Samsung. But now Apple has requested an additional $135 million under the Patent Act and $400 million under the Lanham Act, compared with $268 million under both statutes. Apple has also requested a permanent injunction against sales of the infringing products.

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