A Dutch publication accuses Apple of misrepresenting the size and dimensions of Samsung's Galaxy Tab in a court document to make it more closely resemble the iPad.
Court says the company must try to license patents to Apple, and on another count, cannot get twice the licensing fees for a Qualcomm 3G/UMTS chip.
Samsung has been granted a minor reprieve in its Galaxy Tab 10.1 patent dispute with Apple in Europe, with the German court suspending a temporary injunction on European sales and promotion for all countries in the region, except for Germany itself.
Apple allegedly tweaked an image of the Galaxy S smartphone to look more like the iPhone 4, and presented it as evidence that Samsung's phone looks too similar to its device.
Apple may have submitted incorrect evidence, with its pictures of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 making it look more like the iPad 2 than it actually is.
Filing in The Netherlands seeks a ban on importation and sales of Galaxy smartphones and tablets, as well as a stock recall within 14 days, according to a Dutch publication.
European competition regulators have requested information from Samsung in a case involving Apple, its rival in multiple patent-infringement lawsuits.
Local rival Hyves is too dominant for the News Corp.-owned social network to make the impact that it hoped to, Dutch news outlets report.
A German court lifts the temporary injunction on the Galaxy Tab--which stemmed from an Apple patent lawsuit--in all EU countries except for Germany itself.