Monthly Archives: June 2015

Arbitrating the Patent Case Part XV: Opening Statements

Earlier articles in this series explored various aspects of arbitrating patent cases, beginning with the type of cases likely to be arbitrated, arbitration clauses, and the arbitration process up to the hearing.  We then began looking at the hearing itself, beginning with sequestration issues that can arise and suggested an approach to avoid problems with … Continue reading Arbitrating the Patent Case Part XV: Opening Statements

Arbitrating the Patent Case Part XIII: The hearing

We have addressed the types of patent cases most likely to be arbitrated, formulation of arbitration clauses,  the federal statutes governing arbitration of patent matter, considerations regarding use of experts in arbitration, and the final pre-hearing schedule regarding pre-hearing exchanges of information as well as witness lists, document lists and briefs.  We then turned to … Continue reading Arbitrating the Patent Case Part XIII: The hearing