How They Won It: Kaye Scholer Wins 1st-Ever IP Case In Dubai

Law360, New York (March 19, 2012, 8:39 PM EDT) -- Tasked with fending off the first-ever patent infringement lawsuit brought in Dubai, attorneys at Kaye Scholer LLP realized notching a win for router maker Juniper Networks would be as much about educating the court as it was about advocating for their client.

The five-year case accusing Juniper of co-opting a Saudi Arabian patent holder's U.S.-registered computer network router design tested the resolve of Kaye Scholer attorneys, who got a crash course in Dubai's legal system as they attempted to argue the parameters of a complex technology to a court that had never before examined a patent rights dispute, let alone one...

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