4 Tips For Breaking Down Patent Damages To A Jury

By Erin Coe (April 28, 2016, 3:24 PM EDT) -- Giving jurors the right amount of details when presenting patent damages arguments is tricky, but attorneys who enlist an expert early on, align the damages theory with the theme of the case and show how they did the math can make it look easy. 

Patent litigators sometimes risk arguing their patent damages case either at too high or too low of a level, according to Kurt Pankratz, a partner at Baker Botts LLP.

"Finding the 'Goldilocks zone' is hard," he said. "Attorneys need to provide the right amount of information without boring the jurors to death, but also not skate so...

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