Research Handbook on Intellectual Property Rights and Arbitration

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Research Handbook on Intellectual Property Rights and Arbitration

9781800378353 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Simon Klopschinski, Partner, rospatt Intellectual Property Lawyers, Düsseldorf and Mary-Rose McGuire, Professor for IP-law and Civil Procedure, European Legal Studies Institute, University of Osnabrück, Germany
Publication Date: May 2024 ISBN: 978 1 80037 835 3 Extent: c 606 pp
The Research Handbook on Intellectual Property Rights and Arbitration explores the complementary relationship between state court adjudication and arbitral proceedings in the context of intellectual property rights. Presenting contemporary research and insight into the scholarly debates on the topic, it provides a comprehensive overview of arbitrating intellectual property disputes on an international scale.

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The Research Handbook on Intellectual Property Rights and Arbitration explores the complementary relationship between state court adjudication and arbitral proceedings in the context of intellectual property rights. Presenting contemporary research and insight into the scholarly debates on the topic, it provides a comprehensive overview of arbitrating intellectual property disputes on an international scale.

Bringing together an array of distinguished academics and professionals from across the globe, the central theme of this Research Handbook is the relationship between intellectual property and arbitration in general. Individual chapters consider such questions as the arbitrability of intellectual property disputes, suitable arbitration bodies, and the protection of trade secrets in arbitral proceedings. Specific fields of intellectual property arbitration such as licensing, copyright and domain name disputes are deftly considered alongside investor-state dispute settlement, whilst national perspectives on intellectual property arbitration are also surveyed.

Both incisive and authoritative, this Research Handbook will prove essential for researchers and students who are interested in intellectual property law and dispute resolution. Legal practitioners active in arbitrating intellectual property disputes will similarly benefit from the applied nature of the text.
Critical Acclaim
‘This comprehensive and rigorous analysis will help to deepen the understanding of IP and investment law. It is a must-read for legal scholars, practitioners and anyone seeking a profound understanding of this intersection between two important fields of international law.’
– Ursula Kriebaum, University of Vienna, Austria

‘This book constitutes an excellent resource for exploring the numerous practical and dogmatic facets of IP arbitration which is very timely in view of the growing role of arbitration in the global IP dispute resolution ecosystem.’
– Jacques de Werra, University of Geneva, Switzerland

‘Intellectual property rights relate to intangible, often technology linked subjects, generate erga omnes effects, and are territorially limited despite their ubiquity, and in the case of patents, trademarks and designs, are the result of official actions. Resolving intellectual property rights disputes in courts is challenging particularly when issues of applicable law and jurisdiction are at stake. This Research Handbook is a true treasure trove of reliable advice and information on how to master those challenges by choosing arbitration as an attractive and efficient alternative.’
– Joseph Straus, Max-Planck-Institute for Innovation and Competition, Germany
Contributors
Contributors include: Marko Andjic, Antje Baumann, Alex Borthwick, Burkhard Breig, Jennifer Bryant, Cyril Chan, Roger J. Chin, Douglas Clark, Pierluigi Dodaro, Colette Downie, Rachelle Downie, Christian Fischer, Grant Fisher, Christopher S. Gibson, Davin Giovannus, Maximilian Haedicke, Simon Holzer, Antoine Jarlot, Stephan Klebes, Simon Klopschinski, Alexandra Kükenhöhner, Hyungkeun Lee, Cláudio Lins de Vasconcelos, Gianluca Massimei, Mary-Rose McGuire, James Mendenhall, Michael A. Morin, Doz. Dr. Alexander Muranov, Viviane Kunisawa, Jey Nandacumaran, Tom Oliver, Camille Pecnard, Peter Georg Picht, Reba L. Rabenstein, Michiel Rijsdijk, Michael Ritscher, Andrea Schäffler, Nobuto Shirane, Eric M. Solovy, Michal Stepien, Lea Tochtermann, Peter Tochtermann, Sergio Velazquez Vertiz, Sih Yuliana Wahyuningtyas, Alex Wilson, Alexander Zojer
Contents
Contents:

Preface and acknowledgements xii
Introduction to the Research Handbook on Intellectual Property Rights and Arbitration 1
Simon Klopschinski and Mary-Rose McGuire

PART I IPRS AND ARBITRATION IN GENERAL
1 Arbitrability of IPRs disputes 7
Antje Baumann
2 Arbitration bodies for arbitration of IPRs disputes – IP arbitration and
DIS arbitration rules 27
Jennifer Bryant
3 Arbitration through the Unified Patent Court’s PMAC 44
Peter Georg Picht
4 Mediation of IPR disputes 56
Maximilian Haedicke and Alexandra Kükenh.hner
5 Mediation of IP disputes 70
Peter Tochtermann
6 Arbitration – the chamber of secrets? An analysis of procedural rules
and technical tools for the protection of trade secrets in arbitration 81
Marko Andjic
7 Recognition of state court decisions arising from IPR disputes by
arbitral tribunals under the Brussels Ia-Regulation 101
Stephan Klebes

PART II SPECIFIC FIELDS OF IPRS ARBITRATION
8 Arbitration v. litigation in disputes related to licensing agreements 118
Mary-Rose McGuire
9 Arbitration in SEP/FRAND disputes 138
Peter Georg Picht
10 Efficient arbitration agreements in the context of patent pools –
consideration of rules on multi-party arbitration in licensing disputes 160
Lea Tochtermann
11 Copyright arbitration in the Brazilian media market 183
Cláudio Lins de Vasconcelos
12 Domain name arbitration 200
Christopher S. Gibson
13 The protection of intellectual property rights through WTO dispute settlement 231
James Mendenhall and Eric M. Solovy
14 International investment arbitration as an alternative venue for litigating
intellectual property disputes: The example of beIN Corporation v
Saudi Arabia 255
Simon Klopschinski

PART III NATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON IPRS ARBITRATION
15 Resolution of IPR disputes in Australia 274
Jey Nandacumaran, Rachelle Downie, Colette Downie and Grant Fisher
16 Arbitration of intellectual property rights disputes in Austria 315
Alexander Zojer
17 Intellectual property rights arbitration in Brazil 331
Viviane Kunisawa
18 Arbitration of IP disputes in China 347
Douglas Clark
19 Arbitration of IPRs in England & Wales 366
Alex Wilson, Tom Oliver and Alex Borthwick
20 Arbitration and intellectual property in French law 382
Camille Pecnard and Antoine Jarlot
21 Patent disputes in Germany: arbitration vs litigation 402
Simon Klopschinski
22 IPRs arbitration in Indonesia and South-East Asia 419
Sih Yuliana Wahyuningtyas and Davin Giovannus
23 IPRs arbitration in Italy: potential benefits and future challenges 440
Gianluca Massimei and Pierluigi Dodaro
24 IPRs Arbitration in Japan 459
Nobuto Shirane
25 IP arbitration in Korea 463
Hyungkeun Lee and Cyril Chan
26 IPRs arbitration in Mexico 475
27 IPRs arbitration in the Netherlands 494
Michiel Rijsdisek
28 IPRs arbitration in Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic 504
Michał Stępień
29 IP and arbitration in Russia 533
Burkhard Breig and Alexander Muranov
30 IPRs arbitration in Switzerland 547
Michael Ritscher, Simon Holzer, Christian Fischer and Andrea Schäffler
31 IPRs arbitration in the US 554
Roger J. Chin, Michael A. Morin and Reba L. Rabenstein
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