Apple is demanding another US$707 million in damages from rival Samsung Electronics, which recently lost a patent infringement suit in a U.S. court against the Cupertino, California-based company.
Samsung is fighting back in court demanding a drastic reduction in damages and a review of the case.
AP reported that Apple's legal defense team is saying the amount of damages the jury in the Northern District Court of California has ordered Samsung to pay is too small. The jury decided in late August that Samsung owes Apple $1.05 billion for patent infringement.
In a court document filed on Friday, Apple said, "The harm to Apple was deliberate, not accidental… [Samsung] willfully diluted its trade dress, taking billions in sales in the fast-growing U.S. smartphone market at a key moment in the transition between feature phones and smartphones."
The court will make an official ruling in December.
Apple is also seeking an expanded U.S. ban on more Samsung products.