LED

An LED expert witness typically has an advanced degree and extensive experience and expertise in electrical engineering, solid state physics, user interface design, optics, and/or computer science.

There are numerous display technologies in research, development and production, including Electroluminescent (ELD) display; Liquid crystal display (LCD); Light-emitting diode (LED) backlit LCD; Thin-film transistor (TFT) LCD; Light-emitting diode (LED) display; OLED display; AMOLED display; Plasma (PDP) display; and Quantum dot (QLED) display. Each is a specialized technology area, and Cahn Litigation is frequently called upon by attorney clients, representing the plaintiff or defendant, to locate expert witnesses that can support various display technology related matters, including LED, to present expert evidence to support a legal case.

Often, matters requiring LED technology expert witness services involve intellectual property, including patent infringement litigation, or trade secrets disputes. A forensic expert can reverse engineer components to prove (or disprove) intellectual property infringement or theft.

Litigation support by an LED expert witness could include reverse engineering, inter partes review (IPR) support, expert report, expert opinion, deposition testimony, and expert witness testimony in the courtroom. In a high-profile case, or litigation involving a significant financial stake, a law firm may request a testifying expert with prior expert witness experience. An engineering expert witness needs to not only have the requisite substantive expertise but must also possess the ability to explain technology and scientific evidence to lay people, such as a judge and jury. In addition, counsel may seek a specialist in LED technology for pre-litigation consulting work.

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Cahn Litigation Services knows LED expert witnesses that are available for litigation support. Because all of our expert witness searches are customized to attorneys' precise specifications and preferences, attorneys are encouraged to discuss search parameters with a Cahn search specialist.