• Available from Shopaba.org and Amazon:  Arbitrating Patent Disputes

      Those of you interested in Patent Arbitration may want to consider Arbitrating Patent Disputes, A Practical Guide.  The book takes a practical approach to patent arbitration from whether or not it is a go...
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  • CD_Jul14_rc3689rc1720.pdf

    Your Arbitration Process Should be Economical and Efficient, see Sec.1:112.
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  • New Course on Use of ADR in IP/Technology Disputes Announced

    Making the Most of Arbitration and Mediation in IP and Technology Cases. Mediation and arbitration for IP and technology disputes is now commonplace. Success with those processes, however, requires counsel to understa...
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  • ADR Program in Silicon Valley: Advanced Issues in Tech ADR

    Below is the text of an announcement for an ADR program I am very happy to be part of. For more information, please go to: https://www3.wipo.int/registration/en/form.jsp?organization=WIPO&registration_id=325&am...
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  • 2014_Managing_a_Successful_Arbitration_NewYork.pdf

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  • Upcoming ADR Seminar in Silicon Valley with WIPO and SVAMC in cooperation with the U.S. Patent Office

    Below is the text of an announcement for an ADR program I am very happy to be part of. For more information, please go to: https://www3.wipo.int/registration/en/form.jsp?organization=WIPO&registration_id=325&...
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  • ABA Arbitration Webinars on March 14 and April 12

    The ABA-IPL Section has just made the following announcement. ABA members, please join us for these webinars, March 14 noon Central and April 12 noon Central time.ABA members, please join us for these webinars, March ...
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  • Lawyers and Arbitration: A Special Case?

      Many lawyers include arbitration clauses in their retainer agreements with their clients. Arbitration offers a faster, less expensive, and more private way to deal with fee disputes or claims made by clients i...
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  • New Data About Arbitration:  It’s Faster

    In past articles, I’ve discussed the attitude lawyers may have to arbitrating business disputes.  Some hate it.  They simply do not believe that arbitration actually saves time or money.  They wil...
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  • Going International?  Consider Arbitration

    Your client, headquartered in the United States, asks you to prepare an agreement.  Let’s say it’s a supply agreement.  The supplier is from a foreign country.  Let’s say China.  ...
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  • Out now: Arbitrating Patent Disputes: A Practical Guide

    I am happy to announce that my new  book, Arbitrating Patent Disputes: A Practical Guide came out today.    If you are interested, it is easiest to Google: "David Allgeyer ABA Arbitrating Patent Dispu...
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  • Arbitration Clauses:  Watch  State Law

      In past articles, we have discussed how many courts once were hostile to arbitration. This led Congress to pass the Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”), 9 U.S.C.§1 et seq., in 1925.  That Act...
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  • From ABA Just Resolutions:  Preparing for Patent Mediation

    I was honored to have a chance to work with Magistrate Judge Jeff Keyes on a recent article published in Just Resolutions eNews, presented by the Intellectual Property Law Committee of the ABA.  Here is the intro...
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  • The Supreme Court’s Recent Cut-back of Patent Holder Advantages: Effect on Patent Arbitration?

      Two very recent decisions by the United States Supreme Court have eliminated some of the advantages to which patent holders have become accustomed in the last few decades.   Goodbye Texas   The fi...
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  • Background

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  • The Arbitration Debate: Does It Affect Commercial Arbitration?

      Arbitration has been in the news a fair amount lately. The Supreme Court has been quite friendly to arbitration, deflecting attacks against arbitration clauses — often characterized by detractors as R...
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  • Arbitrating the Patent Case Part XXV: Appeals

    In this series, we have been discussing patent arbitration.  The discussion has ranged from the benefits and drawbacks of arbitrating patent issues, to the statutory basis for patent arbitration, and from prepari...
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  • Arbitrating the Patent Case Part XXIV: Modifying the Award

    We have been discussing arbitration of patent disputes from beginning to end in these articles. It’s been kind of a long slog, but we soldier on.   In the last couple of articles we were looking at vacatin...
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