The Global IP Project is pleased to announce the release of the Second Edition of Global Patent Litigation: How and Where to Win. Authored by Members of the Global IP Project, the Second Edition includes timely updates and expands on the analysis provided in the first release of the book, including new country chapters for Belgium, Denmark, Mexico, Norway, and Sweden.
This treatise is designed to help multinational companies and their counsel answer critical questions when developing and implementing an effective global patent litigation strategy. Topics and features include:
- Developments in global patent litigation by region and industry
- An introduction of data metrics and litigation tools to formulate strategies
- Global forum shopping, now becoming inter-country and issue-specific
- Total patent infringement claim and damages valuation
- Recent updates concerning the Unified Patent Court in Europe
- Case study for 23 countries, with examples of country-specific and global strategies using data, tools, and damages valuation methods
Marshall Phelps, former Corporate Vice President of Intellectual Property and Licensing for IBM and Microsoft, said, “For anyone contemplating a multijurisdictional litigation strategy, Global Patent Litigation is a must-have resource.”
Global Patent Litigation: How and Where to Win, Second Edition, is available for purchase here.