The following is excerpted from a December 6, 2010 press release published at PR Newswire:
BNA Books, a division of specialized news and information publisher BNA, announced today the publication of the new 2010 Supplement to International Patent Litigation: A Country-by-Country Analysis.
Patents, like other types of intellectual property, have owner rights that are specific to the country that grants them. The 2010 Supplement to International Patent Litigation: A Country-by-Country Analysis helps practitioners learn how to protect their clients' assets in these established foreign markets.
Written by international experts in patent litigation, the section for each country examines key topics such as the rights of the patentee, what constitutes infringement, how claims are interpreted, which courts have jurisdiction, notices that must be served to the infringer, pretrial procedures, types of remedies, types of defenses, and appeals. Practitioners can depend on International Patent Litigation: A Country-by-Country Analysis to provide the information they need to accurately anticipate the problems and properly evaluate the issues they will confront while conducting or directing patent litigation abroad.
Read the full release here.