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.
The two companies head to the appeals court to argue, once again, over a sales ban on devices.
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.
It looks like we may well have another California trial between the two mobile-gadget giants, as efforts to reach a deal fall flat.
Judge presiding over the Apple v. Samsung case orders a new trial to decide whether $450.5 million of damages awarded to Apple will stand.
Judge Lucy Koh asks the two electronics giants to hold talks -- as high as the CEO level -- before their next trial is scheduled to start in March.
The nine-person jury deciding the trial between the two technology giants has reached a verdict.
Judge Lucy Koh is desperate for her jury to rise above the sheer complications of the Apple-Samsung trial. For it to do so, perhaps the jury will go back to its high school experiences.
The judge in the case between the two tech giants says she's concerned that the jury will have trouble tallying up damages.