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Tuesday, 24 July 2012 08:20

Judge deems Apple vs Samsung trial ‘ridiculous’

Written by Peter Scott



Sanity down under


The latest in a series of Apple vs Samsung patent lawsuits kicked off in Australia on Monday and it is off to a rather interesting start.

Judge Annabelle Bennett did not waste her time and she used the first hearing to come down on both parties.

"Why on earth are these proceedings going ahead?" Bennett asked the lawyers. "It's just ridiculous."

Bennet then said she could order the parties to mediation and instructed them to answer before the end of the week. Like we said, Bennett is not wasting her time and her attitude probably won’t go down well with either legal team.

You can check out the juicy details here.



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