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Apple, Samsung Select Jury In Silicon Valley IP Damages Trial

Law360, San Jose (May 14, 2018, 10:17 PM EDT) -- Attorneys for Apple and Samsung traded juror challenges on Monday at the start of a high-profile California federal trial to determine how much Samsung owes for infringing five of Apple's design and utility patents, winnowing 74 candidates down to a final panel of eight.

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.'s attorney William C. Price of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP asked prospective jurors if they have a "gut feeling" that $24 million "sounds too low" for what Samsung should have to pay for infringing Apple Inc.'s patents.

One juror responded that the amount seemed low, and Price pressed the juror on his...

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