Quinn Atty's Query In $1B Apple Trial 'Improper,' Judge Says
Law360, San Jose (May 16, 2018, 10:04 PM EDT) -- U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh threatened Wednesday to admonish Samsung's counsel from Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP in front of a jury deciding how much Samsung owes for infringing Apple smartphone patents, calling a line of questioning posed to an Apple witness “very improper" and "intentionally done.”
During cross-examination, Samsung's counsel John B. Quinn asked Apple's graphic design expert, Susan Kare, if she thought the total-profit statutory remedy for patent infringement is fair. After the jury left the courtroom, Judge Koh said Samsung's counsel had asked Kare for her personal opinion about a prior infringement verdict and the line of questioning...
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