“We’re one week away from the limited damages retrial in the first Apple v. Samsung litigation in the Northern District of California,” Florian Müller reports for FOSS Patents.
“Yesterday Judge Lucy Koh, the federal judge presiding over this case (and another lawsuit between these parties in the same district), entered orders involving the verdict form that the jury will have to fill out and the instructions the jury will receive before the parties present their arguments and evidence,” Müller reports. “While the judge agreed with Samsung on certain questions (such as a general instruction what a patent is), she adopted Apple’s clear and simple proposals for a summary of the case and for the retrial verdict form.”
Müller reports, “Samsung has been unsuccessful so far with its attempts to muddy the water for the new jury.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Ah, the wheels of justice spin so quickly!
Too bad they just spin and never seem to get anywhere.
Oh, well, maybe someday Apple will see some measure of justice over Samsung’s blatant and pervasive thievery. As always, hope springs eternal in the palatial halls of the MacDailyNews HQ!