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Apple, Samsung Daubert Docs Should Have Been Sealed, Federal Circuit Rules

Posted by Robert Ambrogi, Contributing Author on 2013/09/17Add commentsThe media dubbed it, “The Patent Trial of the Century.” In 2011, Apple sued Samsung, claiming its smartphones and tablets infringed patents for the iPhone and iPad. Samsung countersued, alleging that Apple’s products violated its patents. On Aug. 24,…See More
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No Damages Expert … No Relief?

by Maggie Tamburro Is expert evidence required to prove a reasonable royalty damages award?A New Jersey federal court delivered a cautionary ruling for the patent infringement practitioner, perhaps underscoring the following: Although expert evidence is not specifically required for a reasonable royalty damage claim, don’t underestimate the value of utilizing expert evidence to establish reasonable royalty damages or the…See More
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Consulting Experts – The Danger of Discovery

by Maggie Tamburro When, if ever, is initial expert consulting work performed by assistants to a testifying expert in danger of being subject to discovery by an opposing party?Wait – you say – the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure protect against another party’s discovery of consulting experts retained in anticipation of litigation who are not expected to be called at trial. But at what point can that protection fail?A recent…See More
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Jan 27, 2013
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A Scientific Weapon for the Courtroom?

Think the eyes are windows to the soul?  If so, you may want to reconsider that notion, as a recently released scientific study challenges commonly held beliefs and intuition regarding the importance of facial expression in conveying emotion.  Cues from the body, as it turns out, are more powerful than facial expressions when it comes to perceiving intense emotions, according to the study results.The findings could have an array of interesting psychological and social communication…See More
Jan 10, 2013
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Maggie Tamburro is an attorney and writer who holds a Juris Doctor from The John Marshall Law School and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Texas. Maggie holds the position of Senior Copywriter at IMS ExpertServices. She was admitted to the Illinois Bar in 1994 and Florida Bar in 1999 and has significant experience in legal research, editing, and writing.
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Apple, Samsung Daubert Docs Should Have Been Sealed, Federal Circuit Rules

Posted on September 14, 2013 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

Posted by Robert Ambrogi, Contributing Author on 2013/09/17Add comments

The media dubbed it, “The Patent Trial of the Century.” In 2011, Apple sued Samsung, claiming its smartphones and tablets infringed patents for the iPhone and iPad. Samsung countersued, alleging that Apple’s products violated its patents. On…

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No Damages Expert … No Relief?

Posted on May 15, 2013 at 7:49pm 0 Comments

by Maggie Tamburro



Is expert evidence required to prove a reasonable royalty damages award?

A New Jersey federal court delivered a cautionary ruling for the patent infringement practitioner, perhaps underscoring the following: Although expert evidence is not specifically required for a reasonable royalty damage claim, don’t underestimate the value of utilizing expert evidence to establish reasonable…

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Consulting Experts – The Danger of Discovery

Posted on April 23, 2013 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

by Maggie Tamburro



When, if ever, is initial expert consulting work performed by assistants to a testifying expert in danger of being subject to discovery by an opposing party?

Wait – you say – the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure protect against another party’s discovery of consulting experts retained in anticipation of litigation who are not expected to be called at trial. But at…

Continue

A Scientific Weapon for the Courtroom?

Posted on January 10, 2013 at 9:05pm 0 Comments

Think the eyes are windows to the soul?  If so, you may want to reconsider that notion, as a recently released scientific study challenges commonly held beliefs and intuition regarding the importance of facial expression in conveying emotion.  Cues from the body, as it turns out, are more powerful than facial expressions when it comes to perceiving intense emotions, according to the study results.

The findings could have an array of interesting…

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