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5 Keys To Selecting A Jury In A Patent Case

Law360 (September 20, 2019, 7:58 PM EDT) -- Land the wrong group of jurors in a patent case, and the deck will be stacked against you at trial. But attorneys who do their homework, build a rapport with potential jurors and recognize the risks posed by those with subject-matter expertise will have a leg up in the selection process.

The U.S. is unique in terms of the role that juries play in intellectual property litigation, Stanford Law School professor Mark Lemley has written, noting that no other country in the world uses juries to decide whether a patent is valid.

As such, selecting the right group of jurors to...

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