Producing a blockbuster IP litigation hit, Act 3: Managing the showdown’s cost

Fewer days spent at trial means a significant reduction in attorney hours both during trial and in preparation for it

The first four articles in this series discussed the importance of the initial casting of the IP litigation team and the first steps in laying the groundwork to ensure that ongoing litigation expenses are controllable and predictable. This article provides some ideas for trial that can significantly reduce litigation costs.

Fewer days spent at trial means a significant reduction in attorney hours both during trial and in preparation for it. Accordingly, the most fundamental rule for saving money at trial is to shorten the trial itself. The judge and jury also will appreciate the respect of their time.

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Amanda Hyland

Amanda Hyland is an attorney with Taylor English Duma LLP and a member of the firm’s Litigation and Intellectual Property practice groups. She handles complex...

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Coby Nixon

Coby Nixon is an attorney with Taylor English Duma LLP and member of the firm’s Intellectual Property Litigation practice group. His practice includes all areas...

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