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Best Practice in Trademark Litigation

June 26, 2015

Articles

Best Practice in Trademark Litigation

June 26, 2015

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World Trademark Review, Issue 55, June/July 2015 While litigation is usually the last option for dispute resolution, there are times when it becomes unavoidable. When this happens, it is vital that the right strategies be implemented. This involves identifying the right approach for the particular dispute and facts, understanding the nuances of the local regime when litigating in other jurisdictions and striving to keep potentially budget-busting costs manageable. With this in mind, World Trademark Review sat down with a panel of experts from across the globe – Abhai Pandey, Priya Anuragini and Zoya Nafis from LexOrbis in India; Azlina Aisyah Khalid and Lim Eng Leong from Henry Goh in Malaysia; Kirsten Gilbert and Vicky Butterworth from Marks & Clerk Solicitors in the United Kingdom; and Mark S. Puzella from Fish & Richardson in the United States – to discuss litigation strategies and explore ways to keep costs down. To read the entire article, please click here.

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