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Slideshow: The Apple/Samsung verdict form

8/27/2012 07:10 PM EDT
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ChristianDenmark
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ChristianDenmark   8/31/2012 8:01:34 AM
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If Apple really has patens on pinch-tozoom, why does the standard Galaxy SII add to $ 0 in damages?

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ChristianDenmark   8/31/2012 7:53:33 AM
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I wonder if this is the full form. In the article it says 24 products, and above is 25 products. Howevet the above form adds to $ 955.426.209 and NOT $ 1.049.393.540. I assume the jury added correctly, so where can I find the complete and filled out verdict-form?

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I_B_GREEN   8/29/2012 11:54:57 PM
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2.2/1000 = 0.22%...noise

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