Monthly Archives: October 2015

Efficient Arbitration Part VI: Discovery Motions

In this series of articles we have been considering ways to make arbitration more efficient and inexpensive, while maintaining a fair opportunity for both sides to present their case.  We first focused on discovery in general, noting that the flexibility of arbitration can help provide ways to obtain necessary information while avoiding the expense of … Continue reading Efficient Arbitration Part VI: Discovery Motions

Arbitrating the Patent Case Part XX: Post Hearing Motions

The hearing in your patent arbitration is over, the briefs are in, and you receive the award.  Let’s assume it is not what you hoped.  Not bad, but not great either. You asserted two patents.  The arbitrator found no infringement of the first patent based on a claim construction you think is just plain wrong.  … Continue reading Arbitrating the Patent Case Part XX: Post Hearing Motions