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Who’s in Charge Here? Federal Circuit Says An Arbitrator, not District Court, Should Decide Arbitrability

USA - November 22 2021 The Federal Circuit recently held that an arbitrator, not a federal district court, should decide whether a dispute arising from a technology license…

Oliver Ennis.

The Road Less Travelled: Why Arbitration is an Increasingly Attractive Alternative for Resolving IP Disputes

Global, Singapore, USA - September 26 2021 Holders of IP rights, including patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets, have traditionally filed IP-related disputes in court, and there’s…

Oliver Ennis, Michael T. Renaud.

United States Supreme Court Rules for Google in a Landmark Fair Use Decision

USA - April 6 2021 On April 5, 2021, the United States Supreme Court handed down a decision that could have profound implications in the software industry. It held 6-2…

Geoffrey A. Friedman, Michael R. Graif.

The Federal Circuit Broadens Application of the Kessler Doctrine

USA - June 23 2020 Last week, the Federal Circuit invoked the Kessler doctrine in ruling that a district court’s dismissal of the plaintiff’s patent infringement suit…

Adrian Kwan.

Arbitration of IP Disputes in a Post-COVID-19 World

USA - June 2 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has caused individuals and companies alike to face the reality of a rapid economic downturn followed by a potentially slow…

Nicholas W. Armington, Michael T. Renaud.