The Supreme Court raised serious doubts Tuesday about a $399 million judgment against smartphone maker Samsung for illegally copying parts of the patented design of Apple's iPhone.
Justices hearing arguments in the long-running dispute seemed troubled that Samsung was ordered to pay all the profits it earned from 11 phone models, even though the features at issue are just a tiny part of the devices.
But some justices struggled over how exactly a jury should be told to compute damages if the case is sent back to a lower court.
"If I were a juror, I wouldn't know what to do," said Justice Anthony Kennedy.
Justice Stephen Breyer appeared to embrace a...