The Apple vs. Samsung trial continues now that the verdict has come down. After the jury returned with some corrections to its initial verdict to resolve some of the inconsistencies in its findings, it was excused from the courtroom and Judge Lucy Koh discussed the next stage in the trial with both sides: a preliminary hearing on injunctions based on the verdict. Given that many of Samsung's phones were found to infringe on Apple's patents and that many of them are still for sale today, it's possible that we could see sales bans as a result of the next hearings.

The plan is to require Apple to file its requests by August 27th, Samsung to respond within two weeks, and then the actual hearing on September 20th. Koh said that she would like to give the "maximum time to Samsung," which was pushing for a later hearing — though Koh's own scheduling conflicts (and likely her consistent push to keep the trial moving along quick) kept it sooner.

Apple, for its part, has a strong verdict in its arsenal and would like to quickly address the "irreparable harm" that Samsung's infringing products are said to be causing. As has been the case throughout this trial, it's a take no prisoners attitude — Apple is pressing its advantage in the wake of the jury's decision.