Readers, check out the second edition of Arbitration of International Intellectual Property Disputes, just out from JURIS. My colleague David Evans and I have a chapter on choice of law and conflict of laws. There are many excellent authors from around the world, but I’m happy to report that Boston is well-represented, with Meriann Panarella, Philip O’Neill, and Conna Weiner among the authors. The book is worth your time! As I have come to expect, Tom Halket, the editor, did a terrific job pulling this project together. As you can imagine, getting a lot of lawyers to pull in the same direction can be a challenge.
Book of the Day: Arbitration of International Intellectual Property Disputes
Steven Donziger’s contempt trial begins in New York on Monday. In the days
The case of the day is Genus Lifesciences Inc. v. Tapaysa Eng’g Works Pvt.
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