Arbitration - why it works for IP disputes
The World Intellectual Property Organisation states that “intellectual property rights are as strong as the means to enforce them. In that context, arbitration, as a private and confidential procedure, is increasingly being used to resolve disputes involving intellectual property rights, especially when involving parties from different jurisdictions.
Intellectual property disputes have a number of particular characteristics that may be better addressed by arbitration than by court litigation.” This webinar will address when and why arbitration may be better (or worse) than other methods for resolution of IP disputes and will cover some of the procedural and practical considerations involved.
Date / Time: 21 November 2017 / 15:00-16:00
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