Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 is currently banned in Australia, after an Australian court ruled that Samsung had infringed on Apple’s patents, and Samsung has been trying to appeal the decision so it can start selling the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia.
Now an Australian judge has decided to fast Track Samsung’s appeal to have the ban uplifted, although no specific date for the hearing has been set as yet.
“I’m quite firm of the view that the matter should proceed on the basis that the lead application be referred to a full court, that it be listed at the same time as any prospective appeal and that the matter be expedited,” Justice Lindsay Foster said.
The various legal cases between the two companies continue in more than twenty different cases around the world, earlier today we heard that Samsung had been denied to have the iPhone 4S banned in Italy.
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