Engineering support to prove your case to a scientific certaintyREQUEST YOUR QUOTE
"Cahn Litigation gets it. Billing is our least favorite part - so when they informed me they could easily handle the billing for a large joint defense group, it took all the pressure off."
Find out what's inside.
Black Box Testing.
- Reverse Engineering.
- Black Box Testing.
- Product Teardowns.
- System Level Analysis.
- Process Architecture.
- Circuit Extraction.
- Software Analysis.
Find out what’s inside, how it works, and how it’s made. Or find out what it’s made from, or what caused it to fail.
Many IP and Products cases begin with engineering to prove (or disprove) a case to a scientific certainty. Our engineering services run the gamut to provide the critical answers you need.
Anonymous device and document procurement
- Devices and documentation.
- Obsolete; out of production or circulation.
You can't analyze it if you can't get to it - and Cahn Litigation has been said to be able to "find the unfindable."
Securing restricted, out of date, obsolete, foreign release, and otherwise difficult-to-find products and documentation is a cornerstone of our analysis capabilities.
Sometimes a patent infringement litigation or a products MDL requires serious laboratory investigation to prove (or disprove) an assertion to a scientific certainty. Sometimes, all that's needed is sufficient evidence to comfortably meet the Rule 11 threshold. When litigation grade engineering is required, corporations and law firms rely on Cahn Litigation for timely and accurate:
- Product teardowns.
- Reverse engineering.
- Process architecture.
- Circuit extraction.
- Failure analysis.
- Fracture studies.
- Materials analysis.
Not all engineering takes place in a lab, and our technical investigation staff is just as comfortable providing competitive analysis research as they are doing a complex circuit analysis. Cahn Litigation's regular engineering customers most frequently request:
- Prior art and Freedom to operate searches.
- Competitive analysis of products and R&D efforts.
- Portfolio evaluation for M&A.
- Patent review for portfolio maintenance.
- Technical document procurement and analysis.