Making Stories Work for Patent Trial

Persuading a judge or jury (or anyone else), is much more than handing them well-organized facts. After all, if the facts alone were that decisive, you probably would have prevailed prior to trial. If you want to persuade a judge or jury, you have to help them make it their decision
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Character Development

Storytelling is a hot topic these days and, when used well, can add a lot to the persuasive power of your courtroom presentation. But It can be difficult to form an effective story from the mountain of information that is collected before almost every trial. Where do you get started? An
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Why Are So Many People Talking About Storytelling in Court?

The goal of every courtroom presentation isn't to communicate the facts of your case -- it's to drive a decision. That may seem pretty obvious, but it guides the formation of every presentation. It also explains why there's so much talk these days about using storytelling techniques in court. The court
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Commander’s Intent

In the military, there's a command and control doctrine known as "Commander's Intent1" Just like it sounds, Commander's Intent is a clear expression of the desired end state. Only by knowing the primary objective of each mission can field units use their initiative to get the job done in spite
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Bringing a Patent Drawing to Life

At Infographics, we've been helping patent attorneys tell their story in court for many years. While the subject matter has evolved, from mostly mechanical and electronic to pharmaceutical, biotech, and digital, one thing has remained the same -- at the heart of every dispute is the patent itself. Unfortunately, patent drawings
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