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The key to better IP mediation

Eileen McDermott, San Francisco

Trade secrets and patent cases are the most difficult to resolve via mediation, agreed speakers at a session on ways to better mediate IP cases

The panel met Thursday during the American Bar Association’s annual meeting in San Francisco, which drew about 7,600 attendees.

Patent cases can be particularly tricky to mediate due to the disparate timelines imposed by the courts for mediation...

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