Court Declares Psystar “Admitted Counterfeit” in Mac OS X Copyright Infringement Case, Apple Wins Summary Judgement – Highlights

Monday, November 16, 2009
By OP Editor

« Next »


Continued from first Page of Apple vs Psystar, detailed court findings

Psystar vs Apple, Court Determines: Psystar Admitted Counterfeit

Relief & Damages

Apple has not filed a motion for permanent injunction, therefore the court order “will not address the relief, if any, that Apple may be entitled to at this juncture.” [p15 18-19]

Now this is very interesting, the relief is for Apple is undetermined at this time. Looks like Apple is waiting for the outcome of the summary judgment before figuring out what relief it seeks.

Additional Claims for Trial

Additional claims by Apple remain for trial.

“Apple has also asserted the following claims, which remain for trial: (1) breach of contract; (2) induced breach of contract, (3) trademark infringement; (4) trademark dilution; (5) trade dress infringement; and (6) state unfair competition under California Business and Professions Code § 17200; and (7) common law unfair competition. ” [p15 23-26]

Continue reading using the navigation elements on top or on the bottom of the page…

Share

« Next »

Related Posts

  1. Microsoft Lost Intellectual Property Infringement Case in Chinese Court, Versions of Windows Banned in China
  2. Judge Rejects Google Arguments to Dismiss Oracle Copyright Claims
  3. Queens Fake Apple Stores Hand Over Counterfeit Goods in Settlement
  4. Apple Wins Injunction: Australian Court Bans Samsung Android Galaxy Tablet
  5. Counterfeit Cut the Rope BlackBerry Game Developer Aztux Threatens to Sue OP

Tags: Analysis, Apple, Counterfeit, Fail, Legal, Mac

Site Search

iPad Air 2 Case

Popular Tags