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More and more, intellectual property disputes tend to be multijurisdictional in nature, and parties everywhere are turning to international arbitration as the most promising means of resolution.
Although these two legal specialisms – intellectual property law and international arbitration – are still in the process of ‘understanding’ each other, an efficient and effective procedural system of international intellectual property arbitration is well under way and growing by leaps and bounds.
This is the first book in English to offer a comprehensive guide to this important branch of practice. The treatment throughout is eminently practical. The scope includes such matters as the following:-
Intellectual property practitioners advising on or participating in international intellectual property arbitration will warmly welcome this practical, systematic treatment. The clear analysis and presentation will also provide the arbitration specialist who lacks familiarity with intellectual property with valuable insights into the perspectives of intellectual property practitioners and the specificities of intellectual property in the context of arbitration. In a more academic or policy context, the book is sure to contribute to the development of arbitration as a way of resolving intellectual property disputes, especially on a multijurisdictional basis.