Two of the San Francisco Bay Area’s most prominent IP litigators were excoriated this week by a federal judge for allegedly misleading jurors in a patent infringement trial.

McDermott Will & Emery’s Terrence McMahon and Vera Elson were chastised for “abuse of advocacy” in the trial judge’s Tuesday order requiring the firm and its client to pay the opposing side’s attorney fees.

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