We hope you enjoy this issue of Just Resolutions eNews presented by the Intellectual Property Law Committee. Our committee is focused on the use of dispute resolution processes in matters involving intellectual property issues including not only federal rights related to patents, federally registered trademarks, limited federal unfair competition, dilution of famous marks, and copyrights but also state law rights related to either unregistered “common law” trademarks or state law registered trademarks, trade secrets and know-how, and technology agreements, including licensing and development agreements.
The Intellectual Property Committee provides educational programs for Committee members on cutting-edge topics such as Patent ADR: When and How to Use It, Emergency Arbitration of IP Matters Under the ICDR Rules, and Serving as a Special Master in Patent Cases. The Committee is also looking to partner with alternative dispute resolution practitioners in other specialties to explore common issues so that we can all offer our clients the tools for the most efficient resolution of their disputes no matter how simple or complex. We hope that all dispute resolution practitioners will find value in the articles in this newsletter.
IP Committee Co-Chairs