Former senior Vice President and General counsel of Apple, Bruce Sewell (Bruce Sewell) [told] https://venturebeat.com/2019/06/10/apples-former-top-lawyer-1-billion-budget-enabled-high-risk-strategies/) in an interview with students of law faculties of Columbia University on trial epic with Samsung.

Bruce Sewell was responsible for legal issues in Apple eight years, which were such major projects as the antitrust case over, and iBooks and patent trial with Samsung.

One time in the legal service were involved 600 people. Only one of seven claims related to Samsung, there were 350 people, most of them have been third-party lawyers, their own company could not cope. All were studied from seven to eight billion documents, and the law firm put Apple at the expense of 280 000 hours. The budget was about a billion dollars a year.

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