Law360, New York (August 23, 2013, 9:17 PM EDT) -- Trying to convey the wealth of legal and technological detail involved in a patent case to jurors who may not have thought about science since high school can be tough. Here, experts share their winning strategies for communicating with juries without going over their heads.
Keep It Simple
The most basic advice for patent attorneys is to find ways to boil down key concepts so that they can be easily understood by laypeople, because if jurors don't understand you, they won't find for you, says Lewis...
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