ADR Advocacy, Strategies, and Practice for Intellectual Property Cases

ADR Advocacy, Strategies, and Practice for Intellectual Property Cases

By: Harrie Samaras (editor)Paperback

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Considering the large number of intellectual property cases that settle and the financial and business risks thereby avoided, specialized knowledge and experience in ADR is a must. This state-of-the-art compendium provides a single resource to the strategies, skills and practical expertise necessary to apply ADR in the simplest to most complex IP case. Intended as a practical resource for lawyers and business executives who need the understand alternative processes to litigation and how they can be used, this book offers collected wisdom from current or former jurists, neutrals, clients, professors, trial and transactional attorneys, and in-house counsel. With this wide-ranging expertise, the chapter authors consider all relevant perspectives in the ADR process: the attorney, the client, and the neutral. Following an overview of the practical uses of ADR in IP cases, authors focus on specific elements of employing ADR in the intellectual property legal arena, including issues related to drafting, early case assessment, mediation, use of a special master, mediating patent cases in the Federal Circuit's mediation program, and the strategic use of the U.S. International Trade Commission for enforcing and resolving IP disputes.

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About Author

Harrie Samaras is the founder of the ADR & Law Office of Harrie Samaras in West Chester, Pennsylvania, where her practice includes serving as a full-time neutral (arbitrator, mediator) in domestic and international business/technology and intellectual property cases. She also consults in the area of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), including developing conflict resolution programs for organizations, teaching, and training. Harrie has worked as an attorney in the corporate and private sectors, focusing her career on intellectual property litigation at the trial and appellate levels. Harrie is certified by the International Mediation Institute and she is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. She serves as a neutral for many widely respected ADR organizations. Harrie is a frequent speaker and author on the use of ADR in intellectual property disputes before professional organizations and academic institutions.

Product Details

  • publication date: 31/08/2013
  • ISBN13: 9781614380221
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 402
  • ID: 9781614380221
  • weight: 590
  • ISBN10: 1614380228

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