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Two-Part Online Course: Mediation in the Patent/Technology Case

On August 4 and August 6, 2020, the Silicon Valley Arbitration and Mediation Center (SVAMC) and Stanford Law School is proud to offer a two-part online course – Mediation in the Patent/Technology Case. Day 1 will focus on the nuts and bolts of preparing for a mediation. Day 2 will address the mediation session and advocacy. A fact pattern … Continue reading Two-Part Online Course: Mediation in the Patent/Technology Case

New Article in ABA Section of Intellectual Property’s Landslide Magazine

Just out in Landslide  Magazine:  “A Dozen Tips for Technology-Related Mediations and Arbitrations” by Harrie Samaras and David Allgeyer.   November/December 2018 Issue, page 16. In this issue, Harrie and I take up the dozen most important things to bear in mind when mediating or arbitrating technology-related disputes.   We explain the following tips in detail: … Continue reading New Article in ABA Section of Intellectual Property’s Landslide Magazine

Mediating the IP Case Part I: Timing

Intellectual property lawyers know three things for sure.  First, an intellectual property case, once filed in court, will almost certainly be taken though a settlement procedure at least once, either in the form of mediation or a judicial settlement conference.  Second, an IP case has a 90% or greater chance of settling rather than going … Continue reading Mediating the IP Case Part I: Timing