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+ - How Apple v. Samsung Was Explained To The Jury->

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jfruh writes "10 jurors have been sworn in the Apple v. Samsung case, which is at the heart of the ongoing patent disputes over the companies' smartphones. While most Slashdot readers are familiar with many of the facts of the case and the law, the jury is at least in theory supposed to be something of a blank slate. Thus, it's interesting to see the detailed instructions Judge Lucy Koh gave to the jury, covering everything from the differences between utility and design patents to how to measure the credibility of witnesses."
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How Apple v. Samsung Was Explained To The Jury

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