Quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights into patent litigation and patent office procedures, including types of enforcement proceedings; trial format and timing; standards of proof; standing to sue; inducement / contributory infringement; infringement by foreign activities / by equivalents; discovery; litigation timetable and costs; appeals; scope and ownership of patents; alternative dispute resolution; defences of absolute novelty, obviousness, inventiveness or prior use; types of remedy; voluntary and compulsory licensing; patent office proceedings, including timetabling, costs, appeals, opposition, and modification / re-examination of patents; and recent trends.
Expert local accounts of insolvency and bankruptcy law worldwide, addressing: applicable legislation, excluded entities, secured lending and credit, competent courts, voluntary liquidations and reorganisations, involuntary liquidations and reorganisations, doing business during reorganisations, stays of proceedings and moratoria, set-off and netting, post-filing credit, expedited, successful and unsuccessful reorganisations, bankruptcy formalities, claims and appeals, voidable transactions, creditors’ enforcement, director and officer liability and international cases.
Editor: Camilla Sanger
The Class Actions Law Review provides practitioners and clients with a guide to class and collective actions regimes worldwide, with a particular focus on key procedures and recent developments. It offers crucial insights into the law and practice in each jurisdiction, from preliminary filing considerations to settlement, costs and funding, cross-border issues and much more.