“The judge presiding over the Apple vs. Samsung case… Judge Lucy Koh said, outside the presence of the jury, that Samsung chose to use the bulk of its time questioning Apple witnesses rather than presenting its own case,” Ina Fried reports for AllThingsD.
“Koh said she would not entertain any motions from Samsung that it lacked time to present its case and entered her statement into the record, should the matter come up on appeal,” Fried reports. “‘amsung made a strategic decision to spend more time to [cross-examine] than Apple used to present its affirmative case,’ said Koh.”
Fried reports, “Apple is finishing up that portion of the case, with the final testimony expected to conclude Friday. The court will finalize jury instructions on Monday, with closing arguments slated for Tuesday.”
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