There are more than twenty different court cases taking place around the world between Samsung and Apple, with both companies trying to get the others products banned in various countries.
Apple has already managed to get the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 banned in Australia, and Samsung has been trying over the last few weeks to have the new Apple iPhone 4S banned in Australia.
Recently we heard that Apple had been ordered by the Australian court to show Samsung its agreements with Australian mobile carriers, and now it looks like a date has been set for the case in Australia.
According to a recent report by Reuters, the Australian court has scheduled a case for both Samsung and Apple to present evidence in March of 2012, and the case will be a fixed hearing which will last for three weeks.
So I guess we will have to wait until next March to find out if Samsung are granted their wish of having the iPhone 4S banned in Australia.
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