Apple-Samsung Jurors Must Answer 600 Questions

Presumably none of them are "How much are we getting paid for this, again?"


The jurors who will decide the outcome of the intellectual-property trial between Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. must answer more than 600 questions simply to get to the end of their verdict form.

The trial over smartphone and tablet patents, which concluded yesterday in federal court in San Jose, California, produced dozens of exhibits, 50 hours of argument and testimony over three weeks, and a multitude of calculations to arrive at estimated potential damages of billions of dollars.