Judge rules that Samsung can take deposition of Schiller and two others

Judge rules that Samsung can take deposition of Schiller and two others
On Thursday, Magistrate Judge Paul Grewal ruled that attorneys for Samsung can take the depositions of Apple's Senior VP for Worldwide Marketing, Phil Schiller, and two other executives. The judge did put a time limit of three hours on the length of the questioning. Samsung is seeking to clarify some comments made by Schiller in favor of banning certain Samsung devices. The products in question were found to have infringed on Apple patents by a jury during the epic Apple-Samsung patent trial.

Samsung says that some comments made by Schiller are "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.

source: Electronista

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1. someones4

Posts: 628; Member since: Sep 16, 2012

Ask the right questions this time, Samsung. Also, please make Phil look like the a$$ that he is. Thanks in advance.

10. No_Nonsense unregistered

No offence, but I feel SS has tried to replicate OG iPhone in the GS series. The patents should be invalidated but SS should pay a $100 million fine.

12. someones4

Posts: 628; Member since: Sep 16, 2012

if its invalid, what's the point of paying?

13. No_Nonsense unregistered

Um, the patent should be invalidated and others shouldn't be a part of this in the future. But SS should pay for trying to replicate iphone in the first place. All Android UIs including stock are pretty distinctive from ios.

14. someones4

Posts: 628; Member since: Sep 16, 2012

i honestly think that samsung didn't mean to copy. even if they did, only the original galaxy s looks remotely like the iphone. Its successors looks much better than the iphone IMHO.

2. tech2

Posts: 3487; Member since: Oct 26, 2012

+1 Seriously, Samsung needs some good lawyers........

3. blingblingthing

Posts: 978; Member since: Oct 23, 2012

"Apple originally fought the request to depose Schiller, saying that he was not an expert witness." Remember this guys when Apple unveils another product and talks about how great and magical it is.

4. eisenbricher

Posts: 973; Member since: Aug 09, 2012

They are world's biggest liars who have enough power to tell white lies to the whole world. revolutionarybeautifulmindblowingoutstandingartist​icextravagantcrispvividfantabulous h. e .c .k. I'm not a fanboy, I used to like apple a few months ago. Their own actions converted me.

9. jroc74

Posts: 6023; Member since: Dec 30, 2010

This....is an excellent point. The next time he claims some thing is an Apple, iOS, iPhone first, I will definitely remember this article...

7. MionLux

Posts: 2; Member since: Oct 29, 2012

samsung ftw

8. BadAssAbe

Posts: 508; Member since: Apr 22, 2011

US company Apple wins in US, Almost Everywhere else Samsung wins

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