The pan-European ban of Samsung's latest and greatest tablet excludes the Netherlands, but the trial there is going on right now, and might result in the slate being banned everywhere in the EU. The German law allows this, even without notifying the other side about the proceedings, but if the plaintiff doesn't have a strong enough case, they might end up paying damages for the incurred loss of revenue.
The injunction document explicitly asks for a ban on "using, in particular, manufacturing, offering (including advertising), introducing into the market, importing, exporting and/or possessing for the said purposes" of Samsung's gizmo, pictures of which are placed next to Apple design drawings in the motion as illustrated below:
Forrester Research even raised its prediction for non-iPad tablet sales from 20% to 30% of the market in Europe this year, unlike the US, where the iPad hold 80%.
The analysts attribute this to the fact that Apple doesn't have as big of a retail presence in Europe as in the US, and, also, the European carriers had started offering pretty enticing bundles, where the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is deeply subsidized if you purchase with a carrier contract.
source: FOSSPatents & Moconews