If you must go to court to see whether you are going to arbitrate your dispute, you have lost at least part of a key advantage of arbitration: saving time and money by avoiding court. The thing that is mostly likely to put you in court is a poor arbitration clause. Today we focus on … Continue reading Mediate then Arbitrate? Well, then maybe neither.
I recently mentioned an online program I was privileged to be part of, Mediation in Patent and Technology Cases, presented by Silicon Valley Arbitration and Mediation Center and Stanford Law School. The program was recorded and is now available online. My co-presenters are highly skilled mediators and educators. They are: -Janet Martinez, Director Gould Negotiation … Continue reading Mediation in the Technology and Patent Case Program
I had the pleasure of being on the panel of a two segment course on mediating tech and patent disputes. The online course was sponsored by the Silicon Valley Arbitration and Mediation Center in cooperation with Stanford Law School. A recording of the course is now available online. Here is the course description: On August … Continue reading Two session course on tech/patent mediation now online
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
I have been mediating cases online for a couple of months now. This has worked surprisingly well. There is a learning curve for the mediator, who acts as host and so must be familiar with the technology and occasionally how to fix problems with it. But, fortunately, after a few online classes and a few … Continue reading Online Mediation –virtually like being there
The ABA GPSOLO Magazine just published a recap of an article Harrie Samaras and I wrote for the ABA IP Section Magazine, Landslide. Click above to download and read it. I hope you find it of interest!
The article Harrie Samaras and I wrote for ABA’s Landslide Magazine is now available on line. It is based in part on my ABA IP book, Arbitrating Patent Cases, A Practical Guide, and Harrie’s book ADR Advocacy, Strategies, and Practices for Intellectual Property and Technology Cases, Second Edition. Both are available at shopaba.org and on Amazon. … Continue reading ABA Landslide Article: A Dozen Tips for Technology-Related Mediations and Arbitrations
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