Judge rules that Samsung can take deposition of Schiller and two others11
new or in conflict with his testimony at trial," and should be considered by a judge in regard to a possible ban on Samsung products. The deposition must take place no later than Monday. Apple originally fought the request to depose Schiller, saying that he was not an expert witness. The ruling by Judge Grewal comes in response to that filing.
December 6th, a post-trial hearing is due to resolve outstanding issues left over from the trial, including Apple's request to have certain Samsung devices banned in the U.S. and its motion to increase the size of the $1.05 billion damage figure that the jury awarded the Cupertino based firm.
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