Apple Posts $2.6 Million Bond for Galaxy Tab Injunction, Samsung Requests Stay
Apple has posted the required $2.6 million bond for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 preliminary injunction while Samsung has filed a motion to stay the injunction pending its appeal, reports FOSS Patents.
Apple's posting of the bond means the injunction against the Galaxy Tab 10.1 should now be in effect but Samsung wants that injunction stayed during its Federal appeal.
Samsung's motion to stay argues that it's likely to succeed on appeal because the court "erred by issuing a preliminary injunction based on a stale and incomplete record" and the injunction "is improper based on the current evidence" (which Judge Koh did not allow Samsung to present at this stage).
FOSS Patents also reports that Apple won, by a wide margin, a battle with Samsung over the parties' motions to exclude portion of each other's expert reports. Ahead of the trial which is scheduled to start in about a month, each side tried to get the others expert reports striked. Apple managed to get around 14 expert reports stricken and gained five hours of extra depositions.