May 192015
 

The Washington Post has published a story quoting PIJIP Prof. Christine Haight Farley on the long running intellectual property dispute between Apple and Samsung.  Farley notes that, although the case is often referred to as the “patent case of the century,” much of the case is really about design: “It’s not about the tech inside the phones as much as the design and aesthetics of the phone. The bulk of the decision deals entirely with the really hard questions of protecting design features.”

Click here for the full story on washingtonpost.com.