What Are Your IP Litigation Landmines?

Law360, New York (September 11, 2015, 7:09 PM EDT) -- Scorched-earth tactics, "misunderestimating" juries, and playing "cutesy" when responding to discovery were but a few of the litigation landmines discussed recently by IP Law360's Voices of the Bar panel. One top litigator even took to poetry to share her thoughts on the subject ...

Question: What tactics or strategies are landmines that litigators should avoid when trying intellectual property cases?

  Padmaja Chinta, Cittone & Chinta LLP

Short of lying on the record and abusively hiding the ball, I do not think of any single tactic as being a recipe for disaster. But there are some practices and strategies that are...

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