Try E-Briefs As Part of Your Hearing or Trial Presentation

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For your next trial or important hearing, you should seriously consider using an e-brief to help the judge (and the judge’s clerk) navigate and understand your argument. Cogent Legal recently helped a team of patent litigators prepare for and present at a combined summary judgment and claim construction hearing. E-briefs were an important part of that presentation to the court.

If you’ve ever tried to read a 4-foot stack of summary judgment briefing in paper form, you may appreciate the utility of an easy-to-use electronic copy on your computer that lets you jump back and forth between argument, evidence and authority. Giving the judge and the clerk the ability to easily explore and understand your argument in chambers using your e-brief can be the key to success (particularly when your e-brief is submitted with an electronic copy of your hearing presentation).

In this post, I’ll share a sample e-brief and review a couple of tips for e-brief success from our recent experiences.

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Published In: Business Torts Updates, Intellectual Property Updates, Professional Practice Updates, Science, Computers & Technology Updates, Securities Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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