Epic attorney Lauren Moskowitz is asking a rapid-fire series of questions about the things Gennai does not know — because apparently, his approach to an old deposition was to say he didn’t know things over and over again, and she’s taking full advantage.
So he’s seemingly being forced to admit he doesn’t know various facts and figures and processes now — like how often Google Play is preinstalled on phones or the quantity of apps on Play versus the Amazon Appstore.
She also tried to suggest he ignored the 3.4-star rating for the Move to iOS app he demoed, choosing to focus on its 100 million downloads instead of its 180,000 reviews, and points out he skipped steps in his demo.
“You skipped messages for example?”
“I did, yes,” he admits.
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