Judge Lucy Koh has ordered a jury trial for early 2016 to decide how much money in damages Samsung should pay out to Apple over patent violations.
Both Apple and Samsung plan to assert that the other has violated their patented technologies in a trial set for next month.
A deal settles all lawsuits pending outside the US, but US patent lawsuits between the two are unaffected.
The two companies head to the appeals court to argue, once again, over a sales ban on devices.
A jury tells Samsung to pay Apple $119.6 million for infringing some of its patents, while Apple owes Samsung $158,400 for infringing one of the Korean company's patents.
An expert hired by Apple says he reached the amount based on the scale, time span, rivalry between the companies, and belief the patents covered technologies that helped Samsung gain users.
Tech giants Apple and Samsung are duking it out again in a San Jose, Calif., courtroom, accusing each other of patent infringement. The verdict could mean changes for people using Apple and Android-powered Samsung devices. With the trial starting, CNET.com's Kara Tsuboi tells us what's at stake for companies and consumers.
Apple asks the judge in a California patent case to let it present previously banned testimony and evidence. Samsung, unsurprisingly, says the motion should be denied.
An Apple attorney says during opening arguments that it's targeting Samsung for litigation because it's Samsung that chose to put the infringing features in its devices, not Google.
It looks like we may well have another California trial between the two mobile-gadget giants, as efforts to reach a deal fall flat.