JurisNet index title: Arbitration of international intellectual property disputes, second edition
1 online resource (334 pages).
Juris arbitration law.
Intellectual property is today a significant and growing component of many commercial and corporate transactions. As trade and commercial relationships have spread across the globe, intellectual property disputes have in turn grown more complex as they frequently involve scientific or technical issues of fact. This complexity is further compounded by the fact that IP rights are territorial and vary from country to country. Designed for practitioners--whether arbitration counsel, arbitrators, in-house counsel or transactional lawyers---the second edition of Arbitration of International Intellectual Property Disputes, examines the issues unique to IP arbitrations, and offers extensive reference to case, statutory and other support, while providing specific "bullet-point" advice on "best" or "better" practices. It expands on the highly praised first edition with updated treatment of arbitral rules promulgated since 2012, greater coverage of arbitral institutions and soft law, choice of laws applicable to the arbitration clause, arbitrability and claims of privilege, and introduces completely new topics such as emergency arbitrators, sanctions, diversity, privacy and cybersecurity that increasingly have become major areas of concern.--Publisher's website.
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Revision of: aArbitration of international intellectual property disputes. aHuntington, N.Y. : Juris, c2012