IP defense made simple: Draw them a picture
Illustrations and animations undermined a competitor's challenge to a dialysis machine.
It appeared an impossible task, given the complicated technology: Juanita Brooks had to explain to a jury why her client's peritoneal dialysis cycler — a device for treating kidney disease — did not infringe on a patent held by Baxter Healthcare Corp.
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