Monthly Archives: October 2016

From the Federal Lawyer: Using Arbitration to Resolve Patent Disputes

I recently had an article I wrote, “Using Arbitration to Resolve Patent Disputes: The Right Thing for the Right Case”  published in The Federal Lawyer, The Magazine of the Federal Bar Association.  It begins: Patent litigation can be really expensive. The 2015 Report of theEconomic Survey, for example, reports an average cost of $873,000 for … Continue reading From the Federal Lawyer: Using Arbitration to Resolve Patent Disputes

Efficient Commercial Arbitration: Consider the Form of the Award

  Not long ago, I was on a CLE panel addressing innovations in arbitration. We discussed a number of innovative techniques in arbitration, including “document only winnowing,” “separate common ground,” self-executing concessions, “hot-tubbing” of experts, and other exotic sounding things, many of which provide the promise in the right arbitration to save time and get … Continue reading Efficient Commercial Arbitration: Consider the Form of the Award