Samsung Presses Apple to Disclose When It Learned of Alleged Juror Misconduct

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Earlier this month, Samsung launched a bid to undo its recent loss to Apple on juror misconduct grounds. Now Samsung's lawyers at Quinn Emanuel are demanding to know when Apple first learned that a juror named Velvin Hogan gave misleading information during voir dire. Quinn Emanuel says that it needs the information in order to adequately respond to Apple's arguments that, despite Hogan's slip-up, the verdict should be left intact.

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