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You can read the whole filing below:
Apple-Samsung jury foreman Velgin Hogan appearing on Bloomberg TV in August.
A federal jury in San Jose, Calif., in August overwhelmingly sided with Apple, rejecting all of Samsung's claims, and finding that the South Korea-based smartphone maker was liable for about $1.05 billion in damages arising from software patents on mobile devices. Despite the seeming finality of that judgement, some things are still up in the air, including any efforts to appeal the decision.
Apple goes on to claim that Hogan's comments about intellectual property were "balanced, not biased."
(Credit:Screenshot by Josh Lowensohn/Bloomberg TV)
Chief among the issues brought up by Samsung in its earlier filing was the involvement of Velvin Hogan, the jury foreman who appeared in a number of media interviews following the trial and commented on what went on behind the scenes. Samsung said Hogan failed to bring up the fact that he had a legal spat with Seagate in 1993 (of which Samsung owns a piece), something Apple says Samsung missed its chance to bring up.

Weeks after Samsung filed paperwork requesting a new trial over objections with a particular juror, a big damages tally, and patent issues, Apple has filed its response.
"If Samsung's recent acquisition of a 9.6 percent stake in Seagate were so important that bias toward Seagate could create bias against Samsung, it should have asked Mr. Hogan about Seagate," the filing reads. "Had Samsung done so,fake dre beats, or ordered the bankruptcy file--the exact step it took only after it received the unfavorable jury verdict -- it could have discovered the Seagate complaint. By doing nothing, Samsung waived its objections."
Apple Samsung FIling Oct 19
The two companies are slated to meet once again in the U.S. court on December 6 for a hearing about any permanent injunctions against Samsung's products. In a filing last month Apple took aim at eight of Samsung's smartphones, citing patent infringements that were decided by the jury. That hearing is also slated to bring possible resolutions for other post-trial issues,fake beats by dre for sale, including filings like this one.
In a 30-page filing tonight, the company attacked each of the claims made in Samsung's October 2 filing, saying the South Korean electronics giant "fails to meet the high bar to obtain judgment or new trial on any claim," later adding that any attack on the jury's findings "is clearly unfounded."
As you'd imagine, the iPhone and iPad maker, which was awarded $1.05 billion by a San Jose jury as part of a sweeping legal win in August, isn't into a re-do.
Apple: Jury foreman comments were 'balanced, not biased'

U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh talks to the jury in the Apple vs. Samsung trial.
(Credit:Vicki Behringer )
Apple also defended its expert witness' damages calculations, as well as the protection of various claims detailed in its patents, at one point saying Samsung didn't offer any "real rebuttal" in its defense of a patent for scrolling.
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