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Old 08-29-2012, 05:03 PM   #15
Andrew H.
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Originally Posted by Graham View Post
However its hard not to agree with some of their key points from watching the 15 minute interview with the jury foreman and reading the jury instructions document yourself.

Geaham
Not at all. Groklaw was wrong about the jury not reading the instructions. Groklaw was wrong about the damages being punitive. Groklaw is wrong about the jury disregarding prior art.

Groklaw's coverage of this case has been lazy, sloppy, and uninformed; it's a waste of time to even go to the site.
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