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Why mediation’s time has come


Courts are putting increasing pressure on litigants to settle out of court. But are IP owners (and their legal advisers) ready to rethink their dispute resolution strategies? Emma Barraclough reports

It might have been too much to hope that a multi-billion-dollar IP dispute spanning four continents and several years would be settled by a face-to-face chat between executives of two of the world's biggest technology companies. But don't let the...


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