Arbitrating Intellectual Property and Technology Disputes: Why, Where and How

Arbitrating Intellectual Property and Technology Disputes: Why, Where and How

Speaking Engagement CLE

Licenses and technology agreements are increasingly global and cross-border in nature. As intellectual property assets are marketed and exploited across borders, disputes involving these assets are likely to span multiple jurisdictions. More and more, arbitration is being used to resolve disputes involving intellectual property rights, especially when involving parties from different jurisdictions.

Join WilmerHale Partners Rachael Kent, Chris Noyes, Omar Khan and S. Calvin Walden as they provide insights into the unique issues raised by arbitration of intellectual property disputes. Speakers will discuss:

  • Pros and cons of arbitrating intellectual property and technology disputes
  • Arbitral institutions and forums commonly used in IP and technology matters
  • Tips, tricks and pitfalls in connection with drafting arbitration clauses in IP and technology agreements

Participants can contribute questions online and interact with panelist during the webinar. 


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