Samsung says "no way" to Apple's request it wins the trial because of the unauthorized press leak

Samsung says "no way" to Apple's request it wins the trial because of the unauthorized press leak
Apple wanted Samsung to be punished severely the other day for leaking already rejected evidence to the press. So severely, in fact, that Apple asked for outright winning the trial because of it in the motion it filed:

Of course, this is a typical case of "shoot for the stars, so you can get the Moon" that happens every day in business negotiations and litigation pursuits, which is unlikely to be granted. 

Still, Samsung didn't hesitate to counter with a proposed order in its turn, calling Apple's request "frivolous at best", and that Cupertino is looking for an "unprecedented sanction of outright dismissal of Samsung‘s defenses to its design patent claims, in the guise of an alleged "recommendation" about Samsung‘s release of information that was already publicly available." Samsung's response to Apple's request it wins the trial because of the excluded evidence press leak piles on from here:

Tit-for-tat is in town, and we hope for more juicy revelation how the iPhone and iOS were conceived today, when Apple's Phil Schiller re-takes the witness stand.

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