Fair disposition of a dispute often requires studying key documents to understand the facts and circumstances of the dispute. In litigation, you can use the rules to subpoena documents from non-parties before the trial, although the procedure can be somewhat complicated when the non-party is in a different jurisdiction. Then, you may have to get … Continue reading Subpoenaing Discovery Documents in Arbitration? Plan Ahead.
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