5 Tips For Showcasing Evidence At A Patent Trial

Law360, San Diego (March 10, 2016, 1:50 PM EST) -- Patent trial lawyers can easily overload a judge or jury with too much information, but attorneys who wrap the evidence around a clear theme, provide a mix of visual and tangible aids, and look for ways to humanize the case are setting themselves up for a win. 

Here, patent litigators share tips for presenting the best evidence at a patent trial.

Focus on a Theme

Attorneys are going to amass an array of data for their case, including documents and discussions surrounding the patents and accused products, but collecting all of that information won't do much good if it's not organized...

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