Psychology and decisions in IP trials

By James Wright

Most legal disputes involving intellectual property hinge on some degree of subjective human evaluation. Consequently, understanding the underlying principles of psychology and their application can be a powerful advantage

Most legal disputes involving intellectual property hinge on some degree of subjective human evaluation. This is true of both jury trials and bench trials decided by judges. Consequently, understanding the underlying principles of psychology and their application can be a powerful advantage.

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