Attorneys who discover that a juror has concealed personal information during voir dire that is relevant to the case must act promptly to inform the court or otherwise risk waiving the right to a new trial on the basis of juror misconduct. The recent case of Apple v. Samsung, where billions of dollars were at stake, shows just how important it is to review prospective jurors' backgrounds and watch empanelled jurors' behavior.
Complex Litigation and E-Discovery
Vigilance Is a Virtue
New Jersey Law Journal
March 28, 2013
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