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Apple is really the innovative company…or is it?

Apple is really the innovative company…or is it?

With the Apple iPhone 5 on the brink of release in the next week or so, Apple seems to have run into a bit of trouble with Samsung.  After Apple filed a U.S. patent suit against Samsung in April of this year, Samsung counter-sued in nine other countries alleging that Apple is using some of Samsung’s patents without authorization.  Samsung’s legal theory relies on the fact that its patents have not been sufficiently valued.

These two leaders in the Smartphone industry are scheduled to an evidentiary hearing this Friday in Seoul.

Katherine DeStefano

Katherine DeStefano is a second year law student at Fordham University School of Law. She is originally from Silver Spring, MD and graduated from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business in 2010. Katherine enjoys playing basketball and golf, spending time with her family, and cooking.