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Supreme Court justices question big verdict against Samsung for copying Apple's iPhone

Supreme Court justices on Tuesday appeared to lean in favor of knocking down a $400-million verdict against Samsung for designing smartphones to look like Apple’s iPhone. Some justices questioned whether the award was properly calculated. The design reflects the “exterior case of the phone,” Chief...
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