Food Fight At The World IP Congress

Law360, New York (November 11, 2008, 12:00 AM EST) -- Intellectual property law varies widely from country to country. In an increasingly global economy, owners of intellectual property who seek to enforce their rights must make a critical strategic decision when selecting the country in which to bring a case.

This decision is based largely on the remedies available and likelihood of prevailing in each country. Which rules work best for plaintiffs and which for defendants? Which jurisdictions are fastest, least expensive, most likely to grant preemptive relief or damages? Where is discovery available? Is it...
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