“After its first real break, court is back in session later today in the case between Apple and Samsung,” Josh Lowensohn reports for CNET.

“The trial is currently in its testimony phase, as both sides break out a string of witnesses. So far that’s included testimony from Apple’s Christopher Stringer, one of the designers of the iPhone, the iPad, and numerous other Apple products. And just before the break it was Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller, who is slated to the stand once again this morning,” Lowensohn reports. “There are six others testifying after Schiller, though you might not know all of them.”

Apple’s next 7 witnesses:
1. Phil Schiller: Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide marketing
2. Scott Forstall: Senior vice president of iOS software
3. Justin Denison: Samsung’s chief strategy officer
4. Wookyun Kho: Engineer at Samsung
5. Peter Bressler: Former president of the Industrial Designers Society of America
6. Susan Kare: Famed UI and graphics designer
7. Ravin Balakrishnan: University of Toronto computer science professor

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]

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