Judges' Top Four Pet Peeves In Patent Litigation

Law360, New York (May 1, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Patent litigation can come with particularly high stakes as parties battle over the rights to technology, science and innovation that can be crucial to their competitiveness. And judges presiding over these lawsuits work to keep the game fair and well-paced — partially by trying to minimize their pet peeves.

In district courts where patent litigation takes up a large bulk of the dockets, federal judges have developed rules and practices aimed at ensuring that cases aren't bogged down by lengthy filings, processions of experts or unmeritorious...
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