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Justices raise doubts about $399M judgment against Samsung

The Supreme Court is raising serious doubts about a $399 million judgment against smartphone maker Samsung for illegally copying parts of the patented design of Apple's iPhone. Justices hearing arguments … Click to Continue »
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