Judge Lucy Koh says she's tired of presiding over Apple v. Samsung; new trial begins on May 14th
by Alan Friedman / Oct 26, 2017, 8:38 PM
The trial will start on May 14th, and as we pointed out the other day, Judge Lucy Koh will be presiding over it. This will be the eighth year that this case has been active and Koh is getting tired of the whole affair. "I would prefer to not keep doing this until I retire," she said at a hearing yesterday. "I would like this to be some closure for all of us." Koh says that she will not allow for a complete "Do-Over" as far as the damages are concerned.
While the Supreme Court changed what courts will focus on when determining patent infringement damages (which should result in a refund check written to Samsung by Apple), the highest court in the land did not leave a tutorial on how to compute the award. That task will fall on the district court to come up with, along with an amount that hopefully both Apple and Samsung can live with. This way we might be able to finally say "that's a wrap" when it comes to Apple v. Samsung.
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The trial couod have been over with of you weren't I tent on screwing over Samsung. So shut up and do your job, or motion the court to move th3 case to another judge. The reason you are tired is because Apple is gonna lose a case the7 never should have won. Or if they do win, it will be roughly what the lawyers need to get paid.
posted on Oct 26, 2017, 8:44 PM 16
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Jesus Christ, butthurt is so strong with this one
posted on Oct 27, 2017, 2:54 AM 3
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If this is the victory of Samsung, it will be a treason for the country and it's unacceptable #impeachtrump
posted on Oct 26, 2017, 8:49 PM 1
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She is a Korean, if she makes Apple win she will be a traitor.
posted on Oct 27, 2017, 12:20 AM 0
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Who started this BS BTW? Apple not having any real patents, and don't wanting to pay the real patents to Samsung invented this disgusting vaudeville. And why not, when have the power of US media and US court on their site? Apple must pay all the damages that made to Samsung. That would be the right verdict. And Koh must be fired.
posted on Oct 26, 2017, 9:17 PM 8
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With american dominance hysteria and mind set in the government , you can never expect the true justice. The mindset of elite always cast its shadow on institutions and on decision making processes.
posted on Oct 27, 2017, 4:04 AM 0
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We're tired of her lack of intelligence, incompetence and bias towards Apple.... Throw her in the fire please!!
posted on Oct 26, 2017, 9:46 PM 5
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She's even admitted that the jury had previously shown bias towards Apple, yet still accepted their verdict in the case. Should you be a judge if you realize that and still just casually go along?
posted on Oct 27, 2017, 12:23 AM 4
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How ironic she says she's tired of presiding over-the-counter Apple vs Samsung case.... Isn't her incompetence which has dragged this case for so long? Now she's tired? Let her just retire already.
posted on Oct 27, 2017, 12:32 AM 4
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She's made dubious choices in the case, for example Apple was late submitting evidence for the trial and she allowed it, Samsung was late with evidence and it wasn't allowed. Jury was biased due to improper instructions and she still continued with the trial and later accepted their verdict.
posted on Oct 27, 2017, 2:57 AM 1
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The jury foreman who pushed for the verdict was a complete liar and clearly had bias for Apple. "More significantly, the brief notes that Hogan disclosed being involved in only one lawsuit—failing to mention that he was sued by his former employer Seagate Technology, a company owned in part by Samsung. That lawsuit, which demanded Hogan pay back certain house payments that Seagate had assisted him with, ultimately caused Hogan and his wife to file for bankruptcy. "Mr. Hogan’s failure to disclose the Seagate suit raises issues of bias that Samsung should have been allowed to explore in questioning and that would have triggered a motion to strike for cause or a peremptory strike," write Samsung lawyers." Between the jury foreman and the judge mishandling so many aspects of this trial it was complete miscarriage of justice. https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2012/10/samsung-claims-foreman-lied-about-his-past-to-get-on-apple-v-samsung-jury/
posted on Oct 27, 2017, 7:24 AM 1
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Tired? Wasn't it her arrogant and naive attitude that made this go on up till now? If she just put aside her arrogance, she wouldn't have blocked clear evidence that'll have ended the case years ago: http://www.idownloadblog.com/2
posted on Oct 27, 2017, 3:46 AM 1
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