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Where to go for live updates from Apple v. Samsung (u)

August 13, 2012: 10:18 AM ET

Some reporters are live-blogging. Some are tweeting. A few are trying to do both.

Court drawing: Vicki Behringer for Reuters

FORTUNE -- As the proceedings enter their third week, media's interest in Apple's (AAPL) multi-billion patent infringement case against Samsung continues, with more than a dozen reporters assigned to the case. Here's who we've been following:

  • Howard Minz, live-blogging and tweeting for the Mercury News (Brandon Bailey filled in for Minz on Friday)
  • Dan Levine, Reuters' West Coast legal reporter, tweeting as @FedCourtJunkie
  • Ina Fried (@InaFried), back on the case, live-blogging and tweeting for AllThingsD
  • Josh Lowensohn, covering the trial for CNET and tweeting as @Josh
  • Brian Caufield, live-blogging for Forbes 
  • Ian Sherr (@iansherr) tweeting for the Wall Street Journal
  • Mike Swift (@Swiftstories), tweeting and covering the trial for MLex
  • Ginnie LaRoe (@GinnieLARoe) Amy Miller (@Siliconlaw), taking turns tweeting for The Recorder

If you see any others, let me know and I'll add them to the list.

Meanwhile, Justia has been doing its best to keep up with the ungodly flood of legal documents filed in the case. As of Friday morning it was up to number 1,628. They're available for free here.

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Philip Elmer-Dewitt
Philip Elmer-DeWitt
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Philip Elmer-DeWitt has been following Apple since 1982, first for Time Magazine, and now on the Web for

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