Examine the costs, risks, and benefits of patent litigation in 23 countries, and discover a formula for putting a dollar value on a patent case anywhere in the world!
Today’s leading corporations and universities operate in a world of globalized economies and international competition. While patents and their enforcement are national in nature, infringement disputes frequently extend beyond national borders.
This updated Second Edition of Global Patent Litigation: How and Where to Win will help multi-national companies, research universities, and their counsel with answers to critical questions on developing and implementing an effective global patent litigation strategy. You’ll find in-depth examination of the costs, risks, and benefits of patent litigation in 23 of the most commercially developed countries.
This 1,800-page Second Edition guide includes objective patent litigation data, including time and cost to trial and patentee win rates, and provides a formula for putting a dollar value on filing a patent lawsuit anywhere in the world. This resource also analyzes the procedural and substantive differences between different legal systems and includes distinctive “at a glance” charts allowing for clear cross-country comparisons.
Timely topics covered in Global Patent Litigation: How and Where to Win, Second Edition include:
- Global forum shopping, now becoming inter-country and issue-specific
- Data metrics and litigation tools to formulate strategies
- Developments in global patent litigation by region and industry
- Total patent infringement claim and damage valuation
- Rise of non-practicing entities (NPEs), which are poised to become a global phenomena as NPEs seek out courts where they can win cases and extract settlements
Global Patent Litigation Second Edition also contains useful information and tools, featuring:
- Overview comparative chapters that provide a global patent litigation “big picture”
- Discussion of global patent litigation strategies
- Recent updates concerning the Unified Patent Court in Europe
- Case study strategies for 23 countries and best global strategy using data, tools, actual valuation calculations and answers to 15 key litigation questions
- New issue-specific win rate data and updated statistics based on DARTs-IP global patent litigation database
The newly released Second Edition treatise also includes chapters and executive summaries of all key data points for 23 individual countries, covering each nation’s court structure, main characteristics of patent litigation, infringement conditions and defenses, evidentiary process, preliminary injunction, remedies and damages, compensation of costs, border enforcement, and more.
About the Publisher and Authors
Tech Transfer Central is proud to partner with Bloomberg BNA Books to bring our customers access to this comprehensive and authoritative resource. All Bloomberg BNA Books are written by respected experts with extensive experience in patent law and IP licensing. These renowned authors draw from their wealth of professional expertise and in-depth research to deliver the most highly regarded editorial quality in the industry.
The authors of Global Patent Litigation are Michael C. Elmer, Senior Counsel at Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, in Palo Alto, CA, and C. Gregory Gramenopoulos, a partner at Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, in Washington, DC.