Monthly Archives: November 2015

Arbitrating the Patent Case Part XXII: Attacks on the Award

In earlier articles in this series we followed arbitration involving patent matters from drafting the arbitration clause through the award, motions to “reconsider” the award and, finally a motion to confirm the award.  We now arrive at attacks on the award. The standard that applies to review of an arbitration award is much more rigorous … Continue reading Arbitrating the Patent Case Part XXII: Attacks on the Award

Arbitrating the Patent Case Part XIV: Sequestration at the hearing

In past articles, we have been exploring various aspects of arbitrating a patent case.  These included the types of patent cases most likely to be arbitrated, formulation of arbitration clauses, the federal statutes governing arbitration of patent matters, considerations regarding use of experts in arbitration, and exchanges of information as well as witness lists, document … Continue reading Arbitrating the Patent Case Part XIV: Sequestration at the hearing