The Art of Communicating to a Jury

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Whether it’s business, politics or in the courtroom, knowing your audience is essential to success. This is particularly important in intellectual property law because the issues being communicated are often highly complex. Attorneys William Manning and Cyrus Morton discuss what is known about the typical jury and how they decide a case, along with the difference in how to prepare and present a case that is being tried before an administrative law judge panel in the PTO compared to standard juries, and various strategies to use when See more +
Whether it’s business, politics or in the courtroom, knowing your audience is essential to success. This is particularly important in intellectual property law because the issues being communicated are often highly complex. Attorneys William Manning and Cyrus Morton discuss what is known about the typical jury and how they decide a case, along with the difference in how to prepare and present a case that is being tried before an administrative law judge panel in the PTO compared to standard juries, and various strategies to use when presenting a case to different demographics. See less -

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