reply to jseymour
Re: If you look at the transcripts... The news snippet states that Hogan is a patent holder and was involved in litigation with Seagate, a computer product manufacturer. That means that Hogan has advanced or "sophisticated" knowledge as to computers and computer products and the patenting process As he was jury foreman, this would have given him an unfair advantage (unfair to Samsung) in persuading his fellow jurors during deliberations. Anything that came out of this jury is tainted and suspect. He could very well be charged with perjury (and should be). Whether or not Samsung will sue him, they may not want to take the focus off of Apple's wrongdoing.