Plaintiff's Pretrial Memorandum for a Bench Trial in a Patent Case
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Pretrial statements or memoranda of counsel for the parties are frequently required either by the governing statute or rules of court, or by order of the judge. These statements may be joint or separate and are prepared prior to pretrial conference and presented to the judge or magistrate. They should cover all of the matters that counsel may be able to agree on before the conference, and should be as complete and as detailed as the statute, rules, or order may direct.
The pretrial statement or memorandum may include a brief statement of the material facts as claimed by each party and of the points of law, and a citation of authorities in support of each point, on which the party intends to rely at the trial. It may also include a list of all exhibits each party expects to offer at the trial, other than those to be used for impeachment, with a sufficient description of each exhibit and a statement of the purpose for which it will be offered.
This form is a sample of such a case.
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