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Engadget: UK court says Apple notice was 'false and misleading,' orders full repayment of Samsung's legal costs

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UK court says Apple notice was 'false and misleading,' orders full repayment of Samsung's legal costs
Nov 11th 2012, 14:15

Apple publishes 'Samsung did not copy' statement through gritted teeth

Nothing truly says "I'm sorry" like a large sum of cash, and Apple will have to open up its wallet to Samsung thanks to "false and misleading" information it published in a court-ordered statement. A UK high court ordered Cupertino to post an apology on its British website stating that the Galaxy Tab didn't copy the iPad, which it did. However, according to a new judgement by the the Court of Appeal of England and Wales, it also added statements "calculated to produce confusion," like references to other unrelated judgements. Though Apple issued a second apology, the court is taking the unusual step of forcing it to pay all of Samsung's legal fees for the entire case on an "indemnity basis" -- in other words, to compensate the Korean maker for losses suffered due to the original statement. If you'd like to parse the legalese for yourself, hit the source.

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