AIPLA Patent Litigation Committee

Using Surveys and Other Quantitative Analyses in Patent Litigation

September 17, 2019

Remote

Christopher K. Larus

Partner

Chair, National IP and Technology Litigation Group

In their presentation, “Using Surveys and Other Quantitative Analyses in Patent Litigation,”Robins Kaplan attorneys Christopher K. Larus and Bryan J. Mechell will examine the evolving patent damages landscape and the value of using surveys and other quantitative in patent disputes. They will review recent examples of the use of consumer surveys and regression analyses in patent litigation, and cases where it was effective and rejected. They will also discuss how to avoid common challenges to using economic analyses in patent damages cases.

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