The Use and Overuse of Motions in Limine in Patent Litigation
Intellectual property partner Charles Weiss authored an article in the New York Law Journal discussing motions in limine in patent litigation. The traditional use of these pretrial motions were to resolve, or at least raise, issues with the admissibility of evidence that would materially affect trial strategy or be hard for the trial judge to resolve on the fly at trial. More recently, their use has greatly expanded to matters of trial procedure and issues unrelated to the admissibility of evidence.
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