Apple and Samsung were back in court Thursday for the first major hearing since Apple’s trouncing of the Android device maker in August with a $1 billion verdict. But rather than making progress on the remaining points of contention — alleged juror misconduct, product sales bans, and a reduction or increase in Apple’s jury award — the hearing went on for three and a half hours, bogging down with continual disagreements from both sides.
Here’s a brief roundup of what happened in the first day of the two companies’ long appeals process:
There were no decisions made during the hearing. Judge Koh said before adjourning that she’d be issuing several orders “as quickly as I can.” When she does, it’s a good bet that the party that gets the short end will appeal every last point and “iCourt” watchers will be passing the popcorn for many more months.