United StatesCan you see yourself in the mirror? Patent litigation costs can drain the lifeblood from a business

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Patent litigation is often regarded as an excessively expensive process. The costs of discovery, experts and lengthy trial preparation accumulate very quickly. Nonetheless, a number of actions may be employed to try to prevent costs from skyrocketing. Importantly, controlling costs need not result in sacrificing any of the potential of the case in order to succeed in litigation. This chapter outlines some points that could help to develop a strategy for controlling costs in patent litigation that is in sync with the overall litigation strategy.


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