“Judge Cote had asked Apple to supply her with a list of evidence that the company believes was ‘improperly admitted, excluded, or disregarded’ during the trial,” P.E.D. reports. “Apple supplied a list of nine items last week, and at a hearing Friday the judge whipped right through them.”
P.E.D. writes, “If you skip over the footnotes and references, I think you’ll get flavor of the way this judge conducts herself when challenged in court.”
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