The US Court of Appeals has granted Samsung's request to expedite its appeal of the preliminary injunction against the Galaxy Nexus. The company must file its court brief to start the process before July 16 and Apple has until July 30 to respond.
The final comments on the case are due on August 6. Moreover, the court has accepted and will consider Apple's response to the temporary stay of the Galaxy Nexus sales.
Apple has also sent letters to some retailers instructing them to stop selling the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 or the Galaxy Nexus. Naturally, Samsung complained about said letters and got the following Apple stance:
[the company's] letter shows nothing beyond the entirely predictable consequence of Samsung’s infringement — i.e., the infringing products must be taken off of the market. It is not a legally cognizable harm to halt downstream sales of stolen, pirated, counterfeit, or infringing products.