Dispute Resolution and SEPs: Is Arbitration the Future?
Date: March 22, 2023
Time: 11:00AM - 12:00PM (EST)
SEP licensing, like all patent licensing, occurs to avoid otherwise inevitable litigation. For such litigation, SEP owners have utilized US district courts, international courts, and the US International Trade Commission. Recently, arbitration has become an attractive option for SEP dispute resolution as well, as practitioners look for more efficient ways to close SEP licensing deals. This webinar will explore current dispute resolution options for SEP licensing and discuss preferred arbitration parameters.
This webinar will explore dispute resolution options available for practitioners in the SEP space, including:
- Pros and cons of district court litigation;
- Availability of the ITC as a forum to adjudicate SEP disputes;
- Parameters for successful arbitrations
Michael T. Renaud
Michael T. Renaud is an intellectual property litigator and patent strategist who helps Mintz clients protect and generate revenue from their patent holdings. Clients rely on Mike's counsel on complex and sensitive licensing agreement negotiations, acquisitions, and other technology transactions.
Daniel B. Weinger
Daniel B. Weinger is a Mintz intellectual property attorney. Daniel's practice focuses on patent litigation at the International Trade Commission, the Federal Courts, and the PTAB. He handles all phases of patent litigation and counsels clients on IP strategy.