Law360, New York (April 11, 2016, 1:45 PM EDT) -- As the trend toward arbitrating intellectual property disputes becomes more widespread, it behooves members of the IP bar to know why it could be beneficial to bring their dispute into international arbitration.
It has historically been somewhat atypical for companies to arbitrate their disputes, but over the last decade or so IP lawyers have become more aware of international arbitration as a dispute resolution mechanism and the advantages it can have over litigation. Technology companies have begun to incorporate arbitration clauses into their IP contracts as a matter of course, many of which arise out of settlements for a previous dispute...
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