Munich I Regional Court’s third patent litigation division (44th Civil Chamber) held its first-ever patent infringement hearing: multitouch patent case against Samsung

For only the second time in more than a year, I went to the Landgericht München I (Munich I Regional Court) today. The case itself–Solas OLED v. Samsung Electronics (case no. 44 O 9702/21)–lacks everything that a patent infringement action needs in order to be taken seriously. If it raises any interesting question at all, it’s whether Google is supporting Samsung against a case that targets the Android operating system. I’ll get to that later. I’d have attended that hearing even if the case had been outside of my industry focus. All I wanted to see the court’s third patent litigation division’s premiere…

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