7 Ways Patent Litigators Can Leverage Inventor Testimony

By Jeremy Edwards (January 11, 2022, 5:02 PM EST) -- Patent litigation can be a game of inches, and skilled litigators know where to mine for persuasive evidence.

One potentially powerful source of evidence is the testimony of a named inventor of an asserted patent. This is no secret, and experienced patent litigators should always look for ways to harness inventor testimony to further their clients' interests.

This article explores some of the ways that inventor testimony can be used to persuade the fact-finder in close cases and even to uncover game-changing evidence.

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