Friday, October 5, 2018

Law360 Series on Global Patent Litigation

Law360  recently published an interesting series of short articles on patent litigation in some of the world's major countries for patent litigation.  If you're looking to get a flavor of some of the major features of patent litigation in these countries, including matters relating to injunctions and remedies, they're worth a look.  (If you want a somewhat more in-depth discussion, see, e.g., my book Comparative Patent Remedies or Christopher Heath's edited volume Patent Enforcement Worldwide.) Below are links to the articles, but you will need a subscription to Law360 to access them:

7.  What You Need to Know About Patent Litigation in Japan

Update:  Also of possible interest to readers of this blog is a Law360 article titled Dark IPR, Hot Tubbing and Other Terms IP Attorneys Should Know.  As the title indicates, it provides a brief discussion of (among other matters) hot tubbing, and also the so-called "Italian torpedo," both of which topics I have blogged about (see, e.g., here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here).  In addition, on the China Patent Blog Erick Robinson recently posted some slides from his talk at an LES EEC Webinar, titled China:  From Worst to First in Patent Enforcement.

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