In the last couple of articles in this series, we looked at arbitration clauses to use in patent cases. These clauses will most likely be involved in license agreements, employee agreements, or product development agreements. We noted that a good place to start is not simply the last arbitration clause someone in your office did, … Continue reading Arbitrating the Patent Case Part VI: Arbitration clauses to watch out for
In the first article in this series, we considered the types of patent cases most likely to be arbitrated. With a few exceptions, your patent dispute will not be arbitrated unless the parties have a contractual relationship — such as a license agreement, employment agreement or development agreement – and provide for arbitration. If the … Continue reading Arbitrating the Patent Case Part II: How many arbitrators?