A JUDICIAL STUDIES PROGRAMME (JSP) LUNCHTIME SEMINAR
Most intellectual property (IP) rights are granted on a national basis even though the basis for granting them arises out of international treaties. Most IP disputes involve cross-border transactions with distribution in numerous countries. Litigation in the country of origin is often not practical. Multi-centre litigation is unattractive, since that can lead to conflicting decisions,enforcement problems, cost and delay.
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