Judge Colin Birss said the notice should explain the court's July 9 decision that Samsung's
The notice is to be posted for six months and published in several newspapers and magazines to save Samsung's image. Apple's lawyer tried to argue that it would be like the company having to publish an advertisement for its competitor, but apparently the judge thought saving Samsung's reputation was more important.
Birss may have dinged Samsung's image a bit himself in his, when he said consumers are unlikely to be confused because the Samsung tablets are "not as cool," as the iPad.
The judge didn't grant Samsung's request to block Apple from making public statements that the Galaxy infringed Apple's design, saying the company is entitled to its opinion.