Samsung attorney, Kate Sullivan, was asked to identify which of the two tablets (ipad 2 and Galaxy 10.1) was the Galaxy Tab 10.1 while the judge held them above her head. Sullivan responded “Not at this distance, your honor.” While she stood only 10 feet away! It is shocking to find out that the lawyers cannot identify their own product. The judge then asked if one of the other lawyers can identify which tab was the Samsung, while one was able to quickly respond with the correct answer. Judge Koh decided that Samsung’s Galaxy-branded tablets do collide on some of Apple’s tablets, but Apple must still prove that their patents are valid under the law before she could grant Apple an injunction. . Koh wrote that she is unable to grant the injunction based on the “utility” patent Apple claims Samsung is infringing upon, but she is still considering three other design patents. If the lawyers of Samsung are unable to identify the tablet, this may have a hurt on their case.