Apple v. Samsung juror: we wanted to send a message

Posted by BernardSwiss on Aug 26, 2012 10:52 PM EDT
Ars Technica; By Joe Mullin
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Hogan, a 67-year-old electrical engineer who lives in San Jose, said he was influenced in part by his own experience acquiring a patent. By the end of the first day of deliberations, he said he decided that Samsung's prior art arguments didn't hold up...Another juror, Manuel Ilagan, confirmed to CNET that Hogan's influence on the jury was significant. "He had experience," said Ilagan. "He owned patents himself...so he took us through his experience. After that it was easier."

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