Litigator of the Week: Keep it Simple

, Texas Lawyer


Litigator Louis Bonham says he has developed a theory: Never make jury panels crunch any more numbers than necessary. In Hewlett Custom Home Design Inc. v. Frontier Homebuilders Inc., et al., a copyright-infringement case filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas in Houston, Bonham applied that principle when he represented the plaintiff, winning a $1.3 million final judgment for the company on May 20.

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