Japan’s unique combination of experts and advisers
As well as having party-appointed experts in litigation, Japanese courts can employ judicial research officials and technical advisers to assist judges. Naho Ebata explains their role
In Japan it is recognised that in order for the court to resolve a dispute related to patents, judges must understand the technical matters at issue. Under Japanese patent law, an alleged infringer may plead a defence of invalidity and...
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