IT WORLD CANADA CURATED: It’s been relatively entertaining so far for the jury in this trial being watched around the world. It’s about to get tough
There’s a price to be paid for serving on a civil jury in a patent dispute — and not just being forced to listen to lawyers drone on about nitty-gritty details. The real price, the jury in this trial being watched around the world is about to find out, is having to prove to the court they’ve been paying attention.
How? As this story from PCWorld details, the jury could face 22 pages of questions to answer, with up to 700 questions. Another take on this comes from Josh Lowensohn of Cnet., whose story includes the proposed questionnaires from both Apple and Samsung.
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