Samsung makes proposal to AppleSamsung Electronics made a proposal to Apple to resolve their patent dispute in Australia regarding touch-screen technology, a Sydney court was told Sept. 30.
Samsung lawyer David Catterns didn’t give details about the proposal, and Apple will need time to consider it, Apple lawyer Steven Burley told the court.
Catterns’ proposal is a bid to end the last dispute over patent technology in Australia that’s seen Samsung hold off selling its Galaxy 10.1 tablet in the country.
Samsung agreed earlier to hold off on selling the Galaxy 10.1 in Australia as Federal Court Justice Annabelle Bennett rules on Apple’s request for an injunction barring the sale of the Samsung tablets until a court rules on its patent infringement claim.
That reduced their dispute in Australia to the one patent over touch-screen display technology.
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